Neonatal Sepsis

Dr Prakash V., Dr. R. Kishore Kumar
Neonatal Sepsis - Clinical Features
The clinical signs in neonatal sepsis are usually non-specific, warranting a very high degree of suspicion these include subtle presentations like lethargy, refusal of feeds, temperature instability, bradycardia or tachycardia, respiratory difficulty, poor perfusion with pallor to fulminant signs like DIC, pulmonary hemorrhage, seizures, cerebral edema, respiratory failure, cardiac failure, shock and adrenal insufficiency.

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