Severe neonatal hypothermia is an infrequent presentation to the Emergency Department. This case report describes the successful resuscitation and rapid rewarming of a newborn baby who presented to the Emergency Department with a core temperature of 14.8°C. This is the lowest temperature documented in the literature to date from which an infant has been successfully resuscitated.
- paediatric emergency med
- paediatric resuscitation
- paediatric emergency medicine
- paediatric injury
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