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Neonatal Septicaemia

Neonatal Septicaemia - What it is

​Neonatal septicaemia is a potentially life-threatening bloodstream and systemic infection that occurs during the neonatal period. It is caused by micro-organisms that may be passed to the baby from a mother’s birth canal in the immediate newborn period or from the surrounding environment a few days after birth. 

Neonatal Septicaemia - Causes and Risk Factors

Neonatal Septicaemia - Preparing for surgery

Neonatal Septicaemia - Post-surgery care

Neonatal Septicaemia - Other Information

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