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Risk Factors of Cerebral Palsy

Postby TrishlaCP » Tue Aug 22, 2017 4:16 am

Premature birth with a mismanaged pregnancy, labor and birth complications, lack of oxygen to the unborn baby, instruments used incorrectly, very law birth rates, untreated maternal infection, untreated jaundice, are major risk factors of cerebral palsy. The proper diagnosis and proper combination of treatment can prevent the complications of cerebral palsy in newborn. Trishla Foundation is the best center for cerebral palsy diagnosis, cerebral palsy therapy and cerebral palsy surgery treatment in India. There are lots of cerebral palsy successful stories of CP treatment. It gives new life to 10,000+ children affected by cerebral palsy, limb deformity, orthopedic, pediatric disability disability and other physical disability problems.
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Risk Factors of Cerebral Plasy

Postby TrishlaCP » Mon Aug 28, 2017 12:37 am

There are following risk factors of developing cerebral palsy:

1. Premature birth with a mismanaged pregnancy
2. Labour and birth complications
3. Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE)
4. Instruments used incorrectly
5. Very Law Birth Weight
6. Untreated Maternal Infection
7. Untreated Jaundice

Is you want to know more about cerebral palsy complications, cerebral palsy risk factors, cerebral palsy prevention in cerebral palsy babies then visit Trishla Foundation website, Trishla Foundation is the best center for cerebral palsy diagnosis, cerebral palsy therapy and cerebral palsy surgery in India.
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Re: Risk Factors of Cerebral Palsy

Postby Seely » Fri Mar 23, 2018 7:58 am

That's a great list, but I wish you would expand a little on each of the points. Just a thought.
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