Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology / 2019 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Challenges in the Contemporary Management of Syphilis among Pregnant Women in New Orleans, LA

Table 5

Neonatal signs and symptoms: N = 73.

VariableYes

Abnormal Neuroimaging1, (1.4)
Neuroimaging performed on 12 subjects

Abnormal Ophthalmic Exam2,(2.7)

Jaundice6, (8.2)

Non-Immune Hydrops0, (0)

Rhinitis0, (0)

Hepatosplenomegaly0, (0)

Rash0, (0)

Extremity Problems (pseudoparalysis)2, (2.7)

Skeletal Survey Done7, (9.60)

Blood Transfusion Required1, (1.4)

Intraventricular Hemorrhage0, (0)

Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia0, (0)

Retinopathy of Prematurity0, (0)

Necrotizing Enterocolitis1, (1.4)

Aneuploidy0, (0)

Supplemental Oxygen Requirement7, (9.6)

Ventilator Support Required1, (1.4)

Surfactant Administered1, (1.4)

Sepsis Workup Performed25, (34.2)
4% positive

Neonatal Anomaly9, (12.3)

Lab Abnormalities9, (12.3)

Abnormal Lumbar Puncture11, (15.1)

Intrauterine fetal demise2, (2.7)

Data are n (%).

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