Neonatal Complications Top Open Access

 Neonatal complications are nothing but the infections and diseases that caused during the neonatal period. Neonatal infections are infections of the newborn developed during prenatal progress or in the initial four weeks of life. Neonatal infections may be transmitted by mother to child transmission in the birth channel at the time of delivery or transmitted after birth. Approximately few neonatal infections are seeming soon after child birth, though others may progress in the post-delivery period. Some of the neonatal infections that occurs during the childbirth are HIV, hepatitis B and malaria and they do not become ostensible until much later.  

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