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CURRENT PERINATOLOGY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ETHNICITY – PDF

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The new perinatal strategy focuses on the unique Asian fetal characteristics for the best outcome and the birth of a healthy baby. Ethnic-specific standards for Perinatal care are required in both Asian and Caucasian population for the well-being of fetuses and newborns. The Asian fetus has a unique body habitus differing from that of Caucasians. Ethnic-specific classification for Term, Preterm and Low Birth Weight criteria in ethnic Asian and Caucasian population highlights the inherent characteristics in these newborns.

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The new perinatal strategy focuses on the unique Asian fetal characteristics for the best outcome and the birth of a healthy baby. Ethnic-specific standards for Perinatal care are required in both Asian and Caucasian population for the well-being of fetuses and newborns. The Asian fetus has a unique body habitus differing from that of Caucasians. Ethnic-specific classification for Term, Preterm and Low Birth Weight criteria in ethnic Asian and Caucasian population highlights the inherent characteristics in these newborns.

The revised Perinatal Nomenclatures and Definitions are best suited for the Asian Population. Implementation into clinical practice of these definitions of the term, preterm and low birth weight plus the vulnerable small Asian newborn born at an earlier date will facilitate judicious obstetric intervention in the timely delivery of these newborns.

Ethnic Asian Due Date for delivery will result in the timely delivery of these tiny babies. As the ethnic-specific estimation of the expected date of delivery in Asians and Caucasians differ widely, it invalidates a common EDD at 40 weeks. The early and quick identification of Asian and Caucasian high-risk newborns is facilitated by using the Risk-score and colour index, which is also a convenient method for coding and classifying all newborns.

A convenient Risk-score colour coding index for both Asians and Caucasians newborns, give a more accurate identification of risk newborn, the anticipation of their problems and the early institution of effective management for the well-being of the neonate.

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