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Nigwekar khurana.lakhan5@gmail.com <p><strong>A</strong><strong>ims and objectives</strong>: To study the serum electrolytes of neonates born to pre-eclampsia and eclampsia mothers in rural tertiary care hospital.</p> <p><strong>Materials and methods: </strong>This hospital-based descriptive cross-sectional study, conducted at Dr. Vitthalrao Vikhe Patil Pravara Rural Hospital over a year from September 2022 to September 2023, focused on neonates born to mothers with pre-eclampsia and eclampsia. Excluded were babies with congenital malformations and those born to mothers with other health issues.</p> <p>&nbsp;<strong>Results: </strong>Three fourth of the PIH mothers in our study were pre-eclampsia while one fourth were eclampsia. In the present study 65% babies were preterm , 34% babies were more than 37 weeks. In pre-eclampsia mean value of magnesium was 2.9 ±0.72. In eclampsia mean value of magnesium was 4.17 ±1.38. There is highly statistically significant difference between pre-eclampsia and eclampsia.</p> <p><strong>Conclusion: </strong>Babies delivered to hypertensive mothers are more likely to experience a variety of difficulties, it is important to closely monitor</p> <p>these infants in an effort to reduce morbidity and promote better growth, development, and survival.</p> 2024-04-18T00:00:00+0530 Copyright (c) 2024 Lakhan Khurana, Jayashree P Jadhav, P.V. Nigwekar https://medrech.com/index.php/medrech/article/view/700 A Study of Maternal Risk Factors and Investigative Profile in Neonatal Polycythemia in a rural tertiary care hospital in western Maharashtra 2024-04-28T14:10:38+0530 Gowrisetty Keerthana gowrishettyl@gmail.com Dr. MRS. Bora B.D. gowrishettyl@gmail.com Jayashree P Jadhav gowrishettyl@gmail.com <p><strong>A</strong><strong>ims and objectives</strong>: To Study the Maternal Risk Factors and Investigative Profile in Neonatal Polycythemia.</p> <p><strong>Materials and methods: </strong>This is hospital based descriptive longitudinal prospective study in Dr. Vitthalrao Vikhe Patil Pravara Rural Hospital, Loni. It was carried out over a period of 1 year that is from September 2022 to September 2023. All neonates with venous hematocrit &gt;65% or venous hemoglobin concentration of more than 22g/dl were included in study. Neonates with venous hematocrit &lt;65% and Neonates with dehydration are excluded from the study.</p> <p><strong>Results</strong>: The most common maternal risk factor observed was PIH(52.3%) followed by GDM(19.7%), Multiple pregnancy(5.8%) and APH(4.6%). In the present study, we observed that most of the symptomatic babies presented with Hypoglycemia(82%), 75% babies presented with Jaundice.</p> <p><strong>Conclusion: </strong>So, babies with maternal risk factors like Hypertension, Diabetes, APH and Multiple Pregnancy should be actively screened. As most common laboratory anomaly is hypoglycemia in polycythemia babies it is important to closely monitor these infants in an effort to reduce morbidity and promote better growth, development, and survival.</p> 2024-04-28T12:05:11+0530 Copyright (c) 2024 Gowrisetty Keerthana, Dr. MRS. Bora B.D., Jayashree P Jadhav https://medrech.com/index.php/medrech/article/view/701 Study of growth outcome in Neonate born by eclampsia and pre-eclampsia in a rural tertiary care hospital in western Maharashtra 2024-06-03T21:41:20+0530 Satya Rajan satyasurbhi6111@gmail.com Jayashree P Jadhav satyasurbhi6111@gmail.com B. D. Bora satyasurbhi6111@gmail.com P.V. Nigwekar satyasurbhi6111@gmail.com <p><strong>A</strong><strong>ims and objectives</strong>: To study the growth outcome of neonates born by eclampsia and pre-eclampsia mothers in rural tertiary care hospital.</p> <p><strong>Materials and methods: </strong>This was a hospital based descriptive type of cross-sectional study in Dr. Vitthal Rao Vikhe Patil Pravara Rural</p> <p>Hospital, Loni. It was carried out over a period of 1 year that is from September 2022 to September 2023.All neonates born to pre-eclampsia</p> <p>and eclampsia mothers being admitted in Dr. B V P Pravara Rural Hospital were included in the study.</p> <p>Babies born with Congenital malformation and those born to mothers with other problems like rhesus incompatibility, severe anemia, renal</p> <p>disease, heart disease, connective tissue disease were excluded from the study.</p> <p><strong>Results: </strong>Three fourth of the pregnancy induced hypertension mothers in our study were preeclampsia while one fourth were eclampsia. In the present study 65% babies were preterm , 34% babies were more than 37 weeks, 54.5% babies were born via normal vaginal delivery 45.5% babies were born via caesarean section<strong>,</strong> 6 %were &lt;1kg birth weight ,14% were in 1-1.5 kg range,79 % were in &gt;1.5 to 2.5 kg range. In preeclampsia group 18.65% were in IUGR group whereas 81.35% are not in IUGR group. In Eclampsia group 54.15% were in IUGR group whereas 45.85% are not in IUGR group.</p> <p><strong>Conclusion: </strong>Babies delivered to hypertensive mothers are more likely to experience a variety of difficulties, it is important to closely monitor these infants in an effort to reduce morbidity and promote better growth, development, and survival.</p> 2024-05-30T00:00:00+0530 Copyright (c) https://medrech.com/index.php/medrech/article/view/702 Clinicoivestigative profile of hypernatremic dehydration in neonates in rural hospital of Maharashtra 2024-06-12T22:44:25+0530 Onkar Jaykumar Dang onkardang931995@gmail.com Prashant Nigwekar onkardang931995@gmail.com <p>Aims and objective: To study clinicoinvestigative profile of hypernatremic dehydration of neonates admitted in Dr. B. V. P. Medical College Loni</p> <p>Introduction: Hypernatremic dehydration is a medical emergency which adversely affects central nervous system and kidneys, resulting in high mortality and morbidity, especially in neonates. Neonates are typically affected within the first 2 weeks of life, with those born in hot summers to primigravida mothers with insufficient lactation being particularly prone. Clinical features are usually nonspecific, including weight loss, hyperthermia, irritability, lethargy, hyperbilirubinemia, poor oral intake, oliguria, seizures, and/or shock.</p> <p>Method: This 18-month study involved 200 neonates admitted to the paediatric department of DR,BVVP Medical College, Loni, with a diagnosis of hypernatremia. It was an observational, descriptive, longitudinal investigation.</p> <p>Results: The male to female ratio among the 200 patients was 1.2:1. Of the cases, 65% belonged to babies whose mothers were primigravidae, indicating that hypernatremia is more common in these mothers (P&lt;0.0001***). Hypernatremia is more common with LSCS mode of delivery than vaginal birth (P&lt;0.0001***). According to the study, there is a higher incidence during the summer (60%) compared to the monsoon (8%) and winter (32%; p&lt;0.0001***).</p> 2024-06-12T14:28:19+0530 Copyright (c) 2024 Onkar Jaykumar Dang, Prashant Nigwekar