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January-March 2019 | Vol 8 | Issue 1

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Review Article
Nostalgia of neonatal Bednar's aphthae
Aphthous ulcers have been extensively studied and researched throughout the English literature. Its various types and mimicking lesions have been very well reviewed. However, ulcers of neonates also...
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Review Article
Neonatal microbiome: A complex, invisible organ and its evolving role in neonatal illness and beyond
Neonatal microbiome is a complex amalgamation of millions of organisms harboring inside and outside the body with a pivotal role in neonatal physiology and pathology. Yet it is a relatively less-dis...
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Original Article
Drug utilization pattern in neonatal intensive care unit of a tertiary care hospital with particular emphasis on off-label drug use
Context: Drugs should be used rationally in the newborn admitted to a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), especially in view of their higher susceptibility to the adverse effects owing to re...
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Original Article
Prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency in cord blood
Introduction: A deficiency in 25, hydroxy Vitamin D is common throughout the world in both adults and children, being related to skin pigmentation, sun exposure, dietary intake, and obesity. ...
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Original Article
Reducing incidence of red cell transfusion among preterm babies in a tertiary care neonatal intensive care unit: A retrospective observational study
Background: Preterm neonates in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) receive a greater number of red cell transfusions (RCTs) than any other hospitalized group. Iatrogenic anemia, secondar...
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Journal of Clinical Neonatology

Journal of Clinical Neonatology, a publication of Saudi Neonatology Society, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published.
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