Neonatal cold injury syndrome
neonatal cold Injury syndrome is characterized by a core Body temperature below 35°C (95°F) due to Exposure of the Newborn to prolonged or extremely low Environmental temperatures. Clinically it is characterized by coldness to touch, apathy, immobility, decreased Urine output and refusal of food. In addition oedema and redness of the extremities, especially the hands, feet, and face, are observed. It is commonly fatal and survivors may have evidence of Brain damage.
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Related ICD 10 COdeICD 10 Code P80.0