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...l if the baby is premature and is in the intensive neonatal unit, where visitors are not allowed. This way the parents can see their loved ones live and still keep the kid within the safe precincts of the intensive care unit. Also the local custom of home confinement of one month for a mother after childbirth...

Night borns' risk

... the night have a greater risk of infant and early neonatal death than those born during the day. There is als...ours between 5pm and 1am are high risk periods for neonatal care.The observations confirm previous reports that infants born at night have a higher chance of ea...

Caesarean may aid twins

...ficantly increased risks of death during labor and neonatal death among second twins born at term. No deaths were recorded among 420 second twins delivered at term by planned caesarean section. The absolute risk of death for second twins was one in 320 due to lack of oxygen during birth and one in 420 for l...

Risk of early neonatal death high in infants born in the night

...led and experienced staff for better obstetric and neonatal care during the night. Researchers conducted a pop...eath at the time of labour and delivery) and early neonatal death according to the hour, day and month of delivery was estimated. They found that approximately ...

Hope for 11 million children facing death from illnesses

...ife and, given the crucial links between maternal, neonatal and child health, for the health of future generations. Seven areas have been identified as priorities for future action: Health of mothers and new borns the health and survival of the child, especially in early infancy, is intricately linked wi...

Wait Between Pregnancies

...ed risk for complications such as premature birth, neonatal death, and low birth weight. Even women who did no... were at an increased risk for premature birth and neonatal death. Authors of the study say women should be informed about the potential risk of complications....

Low Birth Weight infants could have Problems in the Future

...ool age children who were born in the early era of neonatal intensive care. These studies suggest these children are likely to have a lower IQ and lower academic achievement scores than children born at a normal weight. Researchers from Canada, led a large study to determine if there is an association betwe...

Link Between Musculoskeletal Pain and Vitamin D Deficiency

...ng birth to children with adverse fetal effects or neonatal illnesses, young adults not developing optimal bone mass, and older adults experiencing osteoporotic fractures. Vitamin D deficiency is also associated with significant risks for osteoporosis, hypertension, diabetes, cancer and auto-immune diseases ...

The Risks Of Vitamin D Deficiency

...ng birth to children with adverse fetal effects or neonatal illnesses, young adults not developing optimal bone mass, and older adults experiencing osteoporotic fractures. Vitamin D deficiency is also associated with significant risks for osteoporosis, hypertension, diabetes, cancer and auto-immune diseases ...

WHO acts to reduce the maternal death toll

...governments to lead the fight against maternal and neonatal mortality," said First Lady of Kenya, Lucy Kibaki, who jointly chaired the Nairobi meeting. Praising the solidarity shown by the African parliamentarians present at the launch, Lady Lucy Kibaki added, "Only by joining forces can we achieve our common...

Beware Smoking During Pregnancy Linked To New Danger

...cts on the fetus like bleeding problems during the neonatal period, and obstetric complications such as extra uterine pregnancy, or pregnancy resulting from gestation elsewhere than in the uterus. We have only indirect data to prove that smoking also damages the genetic material- DNA and this is known as geno...

The Dangers Involved In Smoking During Pregnancy

...uding infertility, bleeding problems // during the neonatal period, and obstetric complications such as extrauterine pregnancy, or pregnancy resulting from gestation elsewhere than in the uterus. In order to determine whether maternal smoking had a genotoxic effect on amniotic cells, researchers analyzed ch...

Effect of estrogen on behavior difference between sexes

...trogen and this does not happen before puberty. A neonatal male is exposed to the steroid estradiol, which is released from the tests and is a form of the estrogen. Estradiol attaches to the estrogen receptor ERb and this together regulates the genetic composition that forms the main genetic pattern of the a...

Birth weight and breast feeding associated with breast cancer

...esearchers have reported that intrauterine and the neonatal phase is the most important phase of life for the development of the mammary glands. The environment at this stage of like is likely to cause hormonal changes in the newborn that may later be expressed as tendency of development of malignant tumors i...

Neonatal Risk Of Death Is More For Babies Born At Night

...egarding the association between time of birth and neonatal death risks. Researchers claim that more research ...o 1999. Their results show that ten percent of the neonatal deaths happen for babies born in the night than babies born at other times of the day. In US in the ...

Woman In Coma Gives Birth To Daughter

...eighs only 800gms. The hospital authorities at the neonatal intensive care unit of the hospital are monitoring her. Her uncle had said in a press release that the baby is doing well. The hospital authorities or the Torres family are yet to make an announcement regarding the condition of Susan Torres. Sourc...

Researchers identify the early makers of Neonatal Sepsis

... out with a breakthrough in the early diagnosis of neonatal sepsis. //The expression of CD11b on neutrophils and levels circulating interleukin 8 (IL-8) may identify early-onset sepsis in neonates according to these researchers from the University of Helsinki. The researchers studied 39 neonates with suspect...

Experts Insist That Neonatal Herpes Be Reported Regularly

...unlike all comparable health problems in newborns, neonatal herpes is a reportable condition in a few states. Without treatment, neonatal herpes is fatal in 50% to 85% of cases and up to two thirds of the survivors have lifelong disabilit...

Cardiac Disease May Be Hazardous In Pregnancy

...is one of the leading risk factor for maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality worldwide. Hemodynamic cha...1%) pregnancies. The low incidence of maternal and neonatal mortality at this center in this study was suggested to be due to close monitoring of patients durin...

Ketoacidosis Is The Main Cause On Mortality In Childhood-Onset Type 1 Diabetes

...e- and sex-standardized mortality rates, excluding neonatal deaths. To analyze excess risks for specific diagnoses, case subjects were compared with five nondiabetic control subjects, matched by age, sex, and year of death. Death certificates were collected for all case and control subjects. For case subjects...

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