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Infection in neonatal hypothermia.
  1. A S El-Radhi,
  2. M H Jawad,
  3. N Mansor,
  4. M Ibrahim,
  5. I I Jamil

    Abstract

    Infection, particularly of the respiratory tract, was present in 80 of 138 children with neonatal hypothermia. The most common lesion was right upper lobe atelectasis and was probably due to aspiration pneumonia. In children older than 3 days infection elsewhere, mainly owing to Escherichia coli bacilli, was common.

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