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J Complement Med Res. 2016; 5(3): 325-330

Assessing the Effect of Mode of Delivery and Birth Weight on Thyroid Stimulating Hormone and Glycemic Status in Neonates

K. L. Garud, J. A. Patil, S. R. Patil, Anup Hendre, Mandakini Kshirsagar, Anuja Pawar.


A negative link between TSH and period after birth has been discovered. In vacuum-assisted infants and neonates, the amount of TSH was higher than that of normal vaginal deliveries. Babies then got more TSH than babies later. The neonatal TSH is not linked to birth weight, gestatory duration, maternal age and period from membrane breakage to delivery. The degree TSH according to gender, labour induction, maternal disorder and maternal medicines was not substantially distinguished. The TSH and CH rates were acceptable but not the TSH and T4 levels. Statistical evaluation found that neonatal TSH was affected by sampling time, delivery mode, birth weight including BSL levels. Additionally, glycemic state were observed to be statistically significant in newborns at 24 hrs that suggests that blood sugar levels in newborns are influenced by mode of deliveries.

Key words: Premature newborns, Thyroid stimulating hormone, Congenital hypothyroidism, Neonates screening, Hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid

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