ISSN 0975-3583

Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research

    Study On C-Reactive Protein And Procalcitonin Levels In Neonatal Sepsis

    Dr. Sandeep Rama Thute
    JCDR. 2018: 211-215


    In newborn infants, neonatal sepsis is one of the major causes of morbidity and mortality. There are two different patterns of the disease associated with neonatal sepsis, which start to appear, early- onset (<7 days of birth) and late-onset (>7 days). Identifying the symptoms and diagnosing it early and subsequent treatment of systemic bacterial infection by anti-biotics is very important in neonate and infants, to prevent mortality, since a delay in treatment of severe bacterial infection may not lead to a proper outcome and essential for preventing the possibilities of antibiotics resistance from the use of unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions


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