Pediatric Neonatal diseases

Many factors are responsible for the development of Neonatal diseases like household air contamination, natural factors and high maternal Body-Mass Index (BMI), which leads to neonatal mortality. Maternal Smoking, overweight amid pregnancy is associated with risk of neonatal infection. Neonates, particularly preterm newborn children are moderately invulnerable traded off with immaturity of the Immune System and with highly developed antibodies leads to increased susceptibility to serious bacterial, viral and fungal infections

  • Blood cell disorders
  • Miscellaneous multisystem diseases
  • Respiratory Syncytial Virus infection
  • Neural tube defects