Management of Neonatal Hypoglycemia

Published by National Neonatology Forum of India on Feb 19, 2024

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NNF/2023/CPG/2023.5.0

 

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Suggested citation: Management of Neonatal Hypoglycemia. 25 November 2023. New Delhi: National Neonatology Forum of India; 2023 (NNF/2023/CPG/ 2023.5.0). License: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 

 

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About us: National Neonatology Forum (NNF), established in 1980, is the professional association of neonatologists of India. It currently has more than 9000 members (https://www.nnfi.org/about-us). NNF has been instrumental in bringing up neonatology and neonatal care services in India to the forefront. It is actively involved in advocacy, policy-making, capacity-building, and improving quality of care. One of its important mandates is to draw out evidence-based recommendations for neonatal care at different levels. The members of NNF have developed expertise and experience in using GRADE methodology and have released several clinical practice guidelines over the years which are available online (https://www.nnfi.org/cpg) as well as in Google and Apple Playstores (NNF CPG) as app. 

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Office-bearers 2022:

President: Dr. Siddharth Ramji
President-Elect: Dr. Praveen Kumar
Secretary: Dr. Dinesh Tomar
Past President: Dr. Ranjan Kumar Pejaver
Vice President: Dr. Vikram Dutta
Treasurer: Dr. Surender Bisht
Jt. Secretary: Dr. Dinesh Chirla

 

Office-bearers 2023:

President: Dr. Praveen Kumar
President-Elect: Dr. Sushma Nangia
Secretary: Dr. Surender Bisht
Past President: Dr. Siddharth Ramji
Vice President: Dr. Alok Bhandari
Treasurer: Dr. Amit Upadhyay
Jt. Secretary: Dr. Srinivas Murki
Immediate Past Secretary General: Dr. Dinesh Tomar

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PICOS

PICO 5.1

Population
Neonates (any gestational age) with symptomatic hypoglycemia
Intervention
Initial management with mini-bolus followed by continuous infusion
Comparator
Continuous dextrose infusion alone
Outcomes

PICO 6.1

Population
Neonates at risk for hypoglycemia
Intervention
Lower threshold group (Plasma glucose < 36 mg/dL)
Comparator
Higher threshold group (Plasma glucose < 47 mg/dL)
Outcomes

PICO 8.1

Population
Oral dextrose gel to prevent hypoglycaemia in at-risk neonates
Intervention
Dextrose gel
Comparator
control
Outcomes

PICO 9.1

Population
Oral dextrose gel for the treatment of hypoglycaemia in newborn infants
Intervention
Dextrose gel
Comparator
control
Outcomes