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n. onfalitis, infl. del ombligo.
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There was history of omphalitis in neonatal period.
This is because breast milk is the child's first source of nutrition and immunity, protecting them from various diseases such as diarrhoea, respiratory infection, sepsis, omphalitis, hypothermia, weight loss, and malnutrition.
Rates of omphalitis were also examined in the Zambia study, but did not differ between groups.
Patients who had abdominal wall defects including omphalitis, omphalocele, gastroschisis, and patent urachus, severe problems including peritonitis, necrotizing enterocolitis, hydrops fetalis, and significant congential anomalies, and those in whom catheters were inadvertently placed in the umbilical artery instead of the umbilical vein were not included in the study.
2 The umbilical cord is an important bacterial colonization site, which may occasionally lead to neonatal infection such as omphalitis and sepsis.
Topical applications of chlorhexidine to the umbilical cord for prevention of omphalitis and neonatal mortality in southern Nepal: a community-based, cluster-randomised trial.
It causes embryo mortality and omphalitis in chicks.
47% babies developed omphalitis and subsequent sepsis in comparison with control group (13.
This infection may occur soon after the birth and may also result in omphalitis omphalophlebitis omphaloarteritis or urachitis of the urachus (Ganga that become source of navel infection include when an umbilical cord is cut at a level very close to abdominal wall of calf poor navel hygiene practices and unfavorable environmental conditions such as parturition of cow in unhygienic calving pens inadequate colostrum feeding within six hours after calving or having the umbilical stump sucked on by other calves if newborn calf is mixed with other calves after calving (Smith 2003).
omphalitis and other skin infections, otitis, or urinary infections), and severe cases have been reported (e.
Reproductive tract diseases (n = 521) were omphalitis, salpingitis, peritonitis/coelomitis mostly caused by E.