Severe Hemorrhage from the Umbilical Cord at Birth: A Preventable Cause of Neonatal Shock

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Singh, Neetu; Suresh, Gautham;

Posthemorrhagic anemia is a rare but important cause of anemia in neonates, second only to hemolytic anemia of newborn. Most cases of posthemorrhagic anemia are reported from fetomaternal hemorrhage or umbilical cord accidents in utero. This case report describes a pret... View more
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