Neonatal Sepsis as a Risk Factor Associated with Severe COVID-19: A Case Report with Clinical and Imaging Features
Neonatal Sepsis as a Risk Factor Associated with Severe COVID-19: A Case Report with Clinical and Imaging Features

khadijehsadat Najib; Mozhgan Moghtaderi; Ali Amanati; Mehrdad Rezaei; Negin Namavari

Volume 9, Issue 12 , December 2021, , Pages 14997-15002

https://doi.org/10.22038/ijp.2021.57238.4492

Abstract
  Background: It has been believed that infants are at a lower risk for the severe symptoms and complications that arise from COVID-19. This report represents details on a newborn with ...  Read More
The Effects of Zinc Sulfate on Sepsis Outcomes in Neonates: A Blind Clinical Trial
The Effects of Zinc Sulfate on Sepsis Outcomes in Neonates: A Blind Clinical Trial

Roya Choopani; Nabiollah Asadpour; Majid Hamidi; Marzieh Khalili; Negin Ebrahimi; Sheida Choopani

Volume 9, Issue 9 , September 2021, , Pages 14474-14480

https://doi.org/10.22038/ijp.2021.54568.4313

Abstract
  Background: The present study aimed at assessing the effects of zinc sulfate supplementation on sepsis outcomes in neonates. Methods: This randomized double-blind clinical trial was ...  Read More
Evaluation of the Immunomodulatory Effect of Mesenchymal Stem Cells on Sepsis-Induced Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: A Systematic Review
Evaluation of the Immunomodulatory Effect of Mesenchymal Stem Cells on Sepsis-Induced Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: A Systematic Review

Alireza Sedaghat; Farzaneh Fazeli; Mahdiyeh Jafari; Mahdieh Sharifzadeh Kermani; Nabila Fahim; Nooshin Abdollahpour

Volume 9, Issue 8 , August 2021, , Pages 14105-14115

https://doi.org/10.22038/ijp.2021.54931.4332

Abstract
  Introduction Sepsis and acute respiratory distress syndrome are the most important causes of death. Sepsis accounts for 20% of deaths worldwide and is one of the most common causes ...  Read More
Presepsin as an Early Predictor of Neonatal Sepsis
Presepsin as an Early Predictor of Neonatal Sepsis

Magdy Mostafa Kamel; Hossam Fathey Abd-ullah; Mostafa Ahmed El Sayed; Reem A. Abdel Aziz

Volume 9, Issue 4 , April 2021, , Pages 13359-13369

https://doi.org/10.22038/ijp.2021.55127.4345

Abstract
  Background Pathogens stimulate presepsin (P-SEP) shedding from immune cells such as macrophages, monocytes, and neutrophils.  Although its function is still unclear, P-SEP is believed ...  Read More
A Review on the Relation between Sepsis and Vitamin D Level among Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Infants
A Review on the Relation between Sepsis and Vitamin D Level among Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Infants

Mehdi Mameneh; Seyed Amirreza Akhlagh; Pouya Sharifi; Samaneh Dabagh fekri; Fahimeh Khorasani; Neda Asadi; Farzane Ashrafinia; Saba Safavi

Volume 8, Issue 8 , August 2020, , Pages 11849-11854

https://doi.org/10.22038/ijp.2020.50299.4001

Abstract
  Background Neonatal sepsis is a critical condition caused by a generalized bacterial infection in the first month of life. The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between ...  Read More
The Effect of Probiotics on Late-Onset Sepsis in Very Preterm Infants: A Randomized Clinical Trial
The Effect of Probiotics on Late-Onset Sepsis in Very Preterm Infants: A Randomized Clinical Trial

Kamran Dehghan; Siamak Karimi; Leyla Alilu

Volume 6, Issue 10 , October 2018, , Pages 8371-8379

https://doi.org/10.22038/ijp.2018.31304.2768

Abstract
  Background Late onset sepsis is a frequent complication of prematurity, associated with increased mortality and morbidity. Probiotics may prevent late onset sepsis in premature infants. ...  Read More
Study of Causes of Neonatal Mortality and its Related Factors in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of Imam Reza Hospital in Kermanshah, Iran during (2014-2016)
Study of Causes of Neonatal Mortality and its Related Factors in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of Imam Reza Hospital in Kermanshah, Iran during (2014-2016)

Homa Babaei; Mohana Dehghan; Leila Mohammadi pirkashani

Volume 6, Issue 5 , May 2018, , Pages 7641-7649

https://doi.org/10.22038/ijp.2017.28212.2441

Abstract
  Background Neonatal mortality rate is one of the main indicators of health care systems in each country. The first step in improving the level of these indicators is to identify the ...  Read More
Neonatal Infections: a 5-Year Analysis in a Neonatal Care Unit in North East of Iran
Neonatal Infections: a 5-Year Analysis in a Neonatal Care Unit in North East of Iran

Hassan Boskabadi; Gholamali Maamouri; Javad Akhodian; Maryam Zakerihamidi; Seyed Javad Sayedi; Kiarash Ghazvini; Mohammad Ali Kiani; Abbas Boskabadi; Tayebeh Reyhani; Soheila Karbandi; Hamidreza Behnam Vashani; Naghmeh Razaghi; Maryam Kalateh Mollaei; Zahra Parvini; Tahereh Skandari; Akram Rezaeian; Fatemeh Bagheri

Volume 4, Issue 12 , December 2016, , Pages 3989-3998

https://doi.org/10.22038/ijp.2016.7893

Abstract
  Background: Neonatal infections are one of the major causes of death in Iran. Since identifying the risk factors, types, site, bacterial causes, and case fatality rate of an infection ...  Read More
White Cell Indices and CRP: Predictors of Meningitis in Neonatal Sepsis?
White Cell Indices and CRP: Predictors of Meningitis in Neonatal Sepsis?

Fredrick Dapaah-Siakwan; Sonia Mehra; Shaina Lodhi; Anastasia Mikhno; Gail Cameron

Volume 4, Issue 2 , February 2016, , Pages 1355-1364

https://doi.org/10.22038/ijp.2016.6239

Abstract
  Background Objective: To evaluate the utility of specific cut-off values for C- reactive protein (CRP) and immature-to-total neutrophil ratio (I/T) as screening tests for meningitis ...  Read More
Hyperbilirubinemia and Neonatal Infection
Hyperbilirubinemia and Neonatal Infection

Gholmali Maamouri; Fatemeh Khatami; Ashraf Mohammadzadeh; Reza Saeidi; Ahmad Shah Farhat; Mohammad Ali Kiani; Fatemeh Bagheri; Hassan Boskabadi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , August 2013, , Pages 5-12

https://doi.org/10.22038/ijp.2013.2026

Abstract
  Introduction: Hyperbilirubinemia is a relatively common disorder among infants in Iran. Bacterial infection and jaundice may be associated with higher morbidity. Previous studies have ...  Read More