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Neonatal Mortality

Meta Description: There has been sharp decline in infant and neonatal mortality over the last few decades, especially gestational-age specific mortality. This has been attributed to development in both obstetric and neonatal intensive care especially for infants who born premature.

There is an increased incidence of long-term growth, social, health, behavioral, emotional, motor and neuro-developmental problems in premature infant survivors. There has been sharp decline in infant and neonatal mortality over the last few decades, especially gestational-age specific mortality. This has been attributed to development in both obstetric and neonatal intensive care especially for infants who born premature.

Neonatal intensive care units presents premature infants with a challenging environment with noisy and mysterious equipment and bright lights. It is fairly common for the parents of critically ill child to feel weighed down and beset by the technology that they come across in the neonatal intensive care units and to have trouble relating with their newborn infant beneath all the neonatal intensive care units equipment.

 
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