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Of the follwoing, the clinical manifestaton of sepsis in infants is 

Irregular breathing

Hypothermia

Cyanosis

Hepatosplenomegaly

All of the above

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Skin alternations typical for the neonates 

a) milia

b) erythema toxicum

c) macular hemangioma

a and c correct

all of the above

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The cause of neonatal jaundice in newborns include

a) Deficiency or decreased glucuron transferase activity 

b) Deficiency or decreased beta-glucuronidase activity

c) High Hb concentration in the newborn in the first days of life 

d) High percentage of HbF in newborn erythrocytes 

a,c

b,c

a,b,c

a,c,d

all correct

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The factors predisposing to infection in a newborn are the following except

Prematurity

Delayed cord clamping

Congenital malformations

IUGR

Prelabor rupture of membranes >18 hours

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The healthy newborn infant should undergo a complete physical examination within

a) 24 hours of birth

b) 12 hours of birth

c) immediately after birth when Apgar score is 7 or less

d) before discharge

b and c is correct

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The most common causative pathogens of the neonatal pneumonia remain

Neisseria menigitides and Candida albicans

Staphylococcus aureus

Group B streptococcus adn Escherichia coli

Haemophilus influenzae

Proteus mirabilis and Haemophilus influenzae

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The TORCH complex is an acronym for a group of perinatal infections including all of the following conditions except

Toxoplasmosis

Rubella

Cytomegalovirus

Influenza

Herpes simplex virus

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To estimate the state of the baby after delivery we use

Dubowitz scale

Apgar scale

Silvermann scale

Kramer scale