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Neonatal Septicaemia

Neonatal Septicaemia - Symptoms

​Symptoms of sepsis may be non-specific and are usually related to the site of infection, the nature of the causative micro-organism and the body’s response to the infection. Common symptoms include lethargy, poor feeding, difficult or fast breathing, fast heart rate, a bluish or pale discolouration of the skin, vomiting and fever. 

Neonatal Septicaemia - Causes and Risk Factors

Neonatal Septicaemia - Preparing for surgery

Neonatal Septicaemia - Post-surgery care

Neonatal Septicaemia - Other Information

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