Case of Congenital Dengue

Case of Congenital Dengue
A healthy male baby was delivered by a mother who had high fever at the time of delivery and she was subsequently diagnosed as suffering from Dengue Fever. As the baby was healthy, he was shifted to mother’s side. His complete blood counts at 48 hours was normal, and he was feeding well and activity was normal Mother was not discharged in view of fever and hence baby was also kept under observation. He then developed Fever (temp - 102’ F) on day 4 of life and was shifted to NICU and Sepsis screen was sent along with Dengue NS1...
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Team Success Story

Team Success Story
Burns is common hazard and could be of various types. Scald burns are most common in children due to accidental spillage of hot water, milk, tea etc. In a child, even a 30 percent burn can pose threat to life due to their large surface area and low immunity. We present below a success story of a burn survivor. 3 1/2 years old female child was brought to casualty with complaints of Accidental Hot water Burns to body (chest and below). She was walking backwards when she stumbled against a bucket containing hot water and fell into it leading to...
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Endovascular Aortic Intervention – Saves One More Life At CK Birla Hospitals, RBH

Endovascular Aortic Intervention – Saves One More Life At CK Birla Hospitals, RBH
Background Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA or triple A) is a localized enlargement of the abdominal aorta such that the diameter is greater than 3 cm or more than 50% larger than normal. They usually cause no symptoms, except during rupture. Occasionally, abdominal, back, or leg pain may occur. Large aneurysms can sometimes be felt by pressing on the abdomen. Rupture may result in pain in the abdomen or back, low blood pressure, or loss of consciousness, and often results in death AAAs affects 2-8% of males over the age of 65. Rates among women are one-fourth as high. In those...
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