Neonatal Resuscitation: How To Resuscitate Newborn Sick Baby

Neonatal resuscitation is the sum of steps for the asphyxiated baby just after birth. Newborn resuscitation helps to establish breathing and circulation. It is very essential to prevent hypoxic damage to various organs especially the brain. Neonatal Resuscitation Program is a set of educational guidelines established by the Department of Neonatology. Every pediatrician must be accommodated with the basic steps Read More …

Neonatal Breast Enlargement and Neonatal Mastitis Home Treatment

Neonatal breast enlargement is sometimes common. Because At the ends of pregnancy there is a fall of estrogen level. It triggers the neonatal pituitary gland to secrete prolactin. It can happen up to 70% of cases. But that’s not the problem. It regresses usually within a few days. But the problems occur as the illiterate people try to squeeze the breast. They think milk Read More …

Download Neonatology Guideline by BSMMU Bangladesh

Neonatology deals with the new born babies of age less than 1-month-old. It’s a branch of Pediatrics. Neonatology is a highly paid profession. And it requires extreme dedication and hard work. Sometimes your hand will save the life of a baby. And not only that it will bring a smile to babies parents. Who can pay for that smile! My life Read More …

Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Newborn and Surfactant Therapy

What is Surfactant? The alveoli contain many types of cells. Among them Type 2 Pneumocytes produces surfactant. The main function of surfactant is to reduce surface tension, so that decrease the work of breathing. Surfactant forms a thin monomolecular layer at the air fluid interface. Surfactant layer is not static. It is continuously secreting and reabsorbing. Deficiency of surfactant causes Respiratory Read More …

How To Take History Of a Neonate in Hospital Admission

Neonates needs special care if they are ill. When neonates are being admitted in Hospital first the history is taken and written in a form. As I am an Intern Doctor of Rajshahi Medical College Hospital, I have received many neonatal cases. Certain points must be noted in the Admission form. Fort example, If the blood group of the baby Read More …

After Delivery Care of Rh Negative Mother giving Birth to Rh +ve Baby

Rh Negative Mother is at risk if the father is Rh Positive. Usually Rh Negative Mother gives Birth to Rh +ve Baby. An Rh Negative Mother should be aware of her pregnancy and the blood group of her husband. what is rh factor positive If you are Rh-Positive, your red blood cells do have a marker called Rh factor on them. Rh-negative blood Read More …

Neonatal Infection and Sepsis

Neonates are more prone to infection. This topic is about the Neonatal Infection and Sepsis with their definition, classification, clinical features, major causes of infections, risk factors, prevention treatment etc. feel free to ask any questions in the comment section. You can made power point presentation shortly known as ppt or Save the Page as PDF for future use. It Read More …