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what is og itopride in neonates ?

what is dosage og itopride in neonates dr.selvan ...
 

Diagnosed with proximal renal tubular acidosis with phosphaturia. On neutral phosphate and sodium carbonate. Have osteoarthritis

Hello Doctor ! I am 35 years old male, previously diagonosed as proximal renal tubular acidosis with phosphaturia and hypophosphatemia since treatment from 1996 and on neutral phosphate and sodium bicarbonate ...
 

Effect of hypoglycimia and hypoxia in neonates, please suggest

My son suffered hypogycimia ,hypoxia at third day of bearth
 

Dosage for ampiclox for a two month old neonate

Good afternoon, I am a Pharmacist. I came across Ampiclox 90mg/06ml. How do dispense this in absence of clear prescribing instructions to a two month old neonate. ...
 

What is the solution for abnormality due to Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia?

Hi, I want to ask u that .......My sister ( age 3 yrs 9 months) is found abnormal the Doctors are telling us that after she had Jaundice (when she was a 6 days baby) she is found with Neonatal ...
 

Full term neonate with early sepsis, vomit of a clot of blood, Dicynone any help?

Hi ,I am a neonatologist and I have neonate ,who is full term, with an early sepsis , he was on a ventilator and weaned from it after 3 days ,suddenly he vomits a clot of blood ( hematemesis ,melema which ...
 

Neonate suffering with mild cold. Suffered with jaundice and cured. Is cold symptom of jaundice.

Hi, After birth my Son has suffered from mild jaundice of 2.5 but when he was 7 days old billirubin reached to 21 but after regular treatment of photo therapy this level was reduced to 13 and than he was discharged from hospital. Repetitive tests...
 

Neonate in incubator with birth injury and giving dextrose and normal saline. What is the right treatment?

hi , i asking about neonatal nutrition IV in 1st few days if the neonate have birth injury and also asking when admitted it was given dextrose 10% 270ml per day plus70 ml normal saline the neonate ...
 

Has neonatal seizures. Prescribed gardenal, valporine. Side effects? Precautions?

My daughter is having neonatal seizures from the third day & after the consulation with neuro surgeon , she was prescribed with Gardenal & valporine. A year later gardenal was stopped & she is having ...
 

Can mother's exposure to bacterial infections, UTI's, and vitamin deficiencies affect neonate's bone strength and general health ?

Can exposure from mother s Bacteria infections, UTI s, and vitamin deficiencies effect neonates bone strength and health in general? Can klebsiella oxytoca expose to a neonate cause their bones ...
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What causes neonatal cholestasis?

My son was diagnosed with neonatal cholestasis . He is 3 months old. He was diagnosed with this at 1 1/2 months. The doctors are not sure why he has this. He was hospitalized for 5 days and the only ...
 

Baby diagnosed with severe neonatal asphyxia, UTI, pneumonia. CT done. Help?

, XXXXXX, has been in deep coma for 66 days now. He has been diagnosed severe neonatal asphyxia, and is now ...
 

Neonatal benign seizures, twitching, jaundice, done phototherapy. Gardinal prescribed. Is her treatment right?

Hello Doctor, My daughter, born on 23rd March12, is suffering from neonatal benign seizures. We ... was suffering from neonatal jaundice , the bilirubin levels were at 28.0 ( I dont remember at this moment ...
 

What does Neonatal testis produces testosterone, which gains access to the brain mean?

Dear Dr Polash, Hi again. Id like to ask you further on previous thread we had. You commented Neonatal testis produces testosterone , which gains access to the brain and is further metabolized ...
 

Have had MRI of Infant brain . Findings?

neonate"... Please explain what does mean. ...
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