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Antibiotics for Early-Onset Neonatal Infection

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Antibiotics for Early-Onset Neonatal Infection

Publisher: RCOG Press
Number of pages: 325

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Early-onset neonatal bacterial infection (infection with onset within 72 hours of birth) is a significant cause of mortality and morbidity in newborn babies. An integrated system of clinical care is needed to allow full implementation of the guideline recommendations.

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