Pattern and outcome of neonatal surgical cases at tikur anbessa university teaching hospital, addis ababa, ethiopia.

Conclusion: Neonatal surgical admission is common in the Hospital. The overall number of deaths in this series of neonatal surgical cases was high. The type of principal diagnosis and the age of the neonates at admission were significantly associated with outcome. Creating awareness about neonatal surgical conditions may help to improve the current poor result. PMID: 29115120 [PubMed]
Source: Ethiopian Medical Journal - Category: African Health Tags: Ethiop Med J Source Type: research

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