ASSOCIATION OF CORD BLOOD NUCLEATED RED BLOOD CELL COUNT WITH PERINATAL ASPHYXIA, IT’S SEVERITY AND IMMEDIATE OUTCOME
|Submitted by :||SANDEEP KUMAR|
|University:||NATIONAL BOARD OF EXAMINATION|
|Supervisor's Name :||DR ANUPAM CHATURVEDI|
|Year of award :||2019|
|Awards :||DIPLOMATE OF NATIONAL BOARD IN PEDIATRIC|
Objectives Perinatal asphyxia is a major cause of neurological morbidity and mortality in India. The purpose of this study was to investigate variations in cord blood nucleated red blood cell (NRBC) with perinatal asphyxia and its relationship to both the severity and short term prognosis of asphyxiaMethods A prospective study was undertaken at SDM Hospital. A total of 150 neonates were included in the study. Levels of NRBC100 white blood cells (WBC) and absolute NRBC counts in cord blood were compared for 75 asphyxiated (case group) and 75 normal neonates (control group). Results The number of NRBC100 WBC in the blood of 75 newborns each in the asphyxiated and in the control gr...
1 Introduction 2 Aims & Objectives 3 Review of Literature 4 Material & Methods 5 Observation and Results 6 Discussion 7 Summary & Conclusion 8 Limitation 9 References 10 Annexures I. Proforma II. New Ballard Scoring Chart for Gestational Age III. Fenton’s Chart V. Patient Information sheet VI. Abbreviations VII. Master Chart