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Research question approach in the study of neonatal sepsis

Pérez-Vásquez Magda Olivia, Locia-Espinoza José, Pascual-Mathey Luz Irene

Abstract: Neonatal sepsis is a systemic infection that causes high morbidity and mortality rates in newborns during the first month of life. Although there is abundant literature on the subject, it remains a fundamental public health problem due to its high prevalence in underdeveloped countries. This article aims to highlight the importance of the approach in investigating neonatal sepsis using causality research questions, which generate knowledge to promote better care and reduce the complications associated with neonatal sepsis in newborns.
Keywords: systemic / abundant / morbidity / causality / mortality / underdeveloped / neonatal sepsis / newborns

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