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A newborn brings a lot of happiness, but if it does not cry as soon as it is born, it also becomes a threat to life. The faster he cries, the stronger the lungs. However, underweight babies do not cry, due to which the lungs are not activated. The lungs will be activated by making such newborns cry with the help of technology.

Positive and expiratory pressure (PEEP) has proved to be life-saving for such newborns. Research conducted in the country and abroad has revealed that with the help of PrEP, there has been a 40 percent reduction in neonatal mortality. In fact, 90 percent of newborns cry immediately after birth, but 10 percent need medication and care.

Most of them are underweight. Those weighing less than 1 kg are considered serious. PrEP has been considered suitable for these. This has also been proved in the meta-analysis of various researches. Dr. Akash Pandita, a former specialist in the Neonatal Department of SGPGI, is involved in the meta-analysis.

He was accompanied by Dr. I Belosh of Greece and Dr. Ashish Pillai of Mumbai. They did a meta-analysis of 10 research reports involving 4149 newborns up to December 2020, which have been published in the American Journal of Perinatology. Dr. Akash Pandita told that PrEP is given through a small device based on oxygen support. This causes the same reaction in the newborn’s lungs as when crying. Due to this the lungs swell and the activity increases. It can also save children weighing up to half a kg.

Status of newborns in UP
32 deaths per thousand newborns
The target is to bring it to 22 by the year 2026

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A newborn brings a lot of happiness, but if it does not cry as soon as it is born, it also becomes a threat to life. The faster he cries, the stronger the lungs. However, underweight babies do not cry, due to which the lungs are not activated. The lungs will be activated by making such newborns cry with the help of technology.

Positive and expiratory pressure (PEEP) has proved to be life-saving for such newborns. Research conducted in the country and abroad has revealed that with the help of PrEP, there has been a 40 percent reduction in neonatal mortality. In fact, 90 percent of newborns cry immediately after birth, but 10 percent need medication and care.

Most of them are underweight. Those weighing less than 1 kg are considered serious. PrEP has been considered suitable for these. This has also been proved in the meta-analysis of various researches. Dr. Akash Pandita, a former specialist in the Neonatal Department of SGPGI, is involved in the meta-analysis.

He was accompanied by Dr. I Belosh of Greece and Dr. Ashish Pillai of Mumbai. They did a meta-analysis of 10 research reports involving 4149 newborns up to December 2020, which have been published in the American Journal of Perinatology.

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