Differential Diagnosis of the Neonatal Seizures by
Their Time of Onset
Volume 2 - Issue 4
Received: December 04, 2019 Published: December 18, 2019
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Seizures which occur in the first twenty-eight days of life of a full-term infant or in the forty-four weeks of gestational age in a preterm infant, define as neonatal seizures. Neonatal seizures incidence is about three in one thousand and the prevalence is about one and a half percent of live births [1-4]. The first to second day and up to the first week of life, is the most vulnerable time which seizures can be occurred at that.