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fatte

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About fatte

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  • Birthday 03/26/1978

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  • First name
    Sudhindrashayana
  • Last name
    Fattepur
  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Assistant Professor
  • Affiliation
    KIMS
  • Location
    Hubli, India

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  1. In our hospital, for asymptomatic babies we start antibiotics only if 3 or more risk factors are present especially in preterm babies and if septic screen at birth or 24 hrs is positive. We did not find any increase in the mortality for good weight babies. For low birth weight babies we usually monitor for 72 to 96hrs if not starting antibiotics. Sent from my GM1901 using Tapatalk
  2. Please include me as well Dr S R Fattepur Consultant Neonatologist and Assistant Professor of Paediatrics, KIMS, Hubli
  3. Hello all. We have a full term baby who presented with mass per abdomen at birth. On usg it showed distended gall bladder and nothing else. Baby also has recurrent hypoglycaemia. Does anyone know about distended gall bladder in neonates I saw few articles which tell that distended gall bladder is associated with birth asphyxia, but this baby did not have one No acholic stools and no jaundice
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  5. fatte

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    Nice mcqs jack[emoji106] [emoji106]
  6. Dr Selvan[emoji106] [emoji106] send me also. My email is sshayan26@gmail.com
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