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From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 8) Peer-ReviewedIntroduction Of 2.5 million newborn deaths each year, serious neonatal infections are a leading cause of neonatal death for which inpatient treatment is recommended. However, manysick newborns in sub-Saharan Africa and...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 7) Peer-ReviewedBackground Neonatal sepsis is a major cause of death in India, which needs hospital management but many families cannot access hospitals. The World Health Organization and the Government of India developed a guideline...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedIntroduction Neonatal infections contribute substantially to infant mortality in Nigeria and globally. Management requires hospitalization, which is not accessible to many in low resource settings. World Health...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 15, Issue 12) Peer-ReviewedBackground Government of India and the World Health Organization have guidelines for outpatient management of young infants 0-59 days with signs of Possible Serious Bacterial Infection (PSBI), when referral is not...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedBackground Neonatal bacterial infections are a common cause of death, which can be managed well with inpatient treatment. Unfortunately, many families in low resource settings do not accept referral to a hospital....
From:The Lancet (Vol. 397, Issue 10273) Peer-ReviewedAbstract Only
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