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Table 3 Neonatal characteristics of singleton infants born at the two district hospitals (October 1, 2009 and March 15, 2010)

From: Maternal characteristics and obstetrical complications impact neonatal outcomes in Indonesia: a prospective study

Neonatal characteristics n = 650 (%)
Infant Sex
 Male 358 (55.1)
 Female 292 (44.9)
Birthweight (kg)
  < 1000 9 (1.4)
 1000–1499 13 (2)
 1500–1999 19 (2.9)
 2000–2499 58 (8.9)
 2500–2999 200 (30.8)
 3000–3999 330 (50.8)
  ≥ 4000 16 (2.5)
 Not recorded 5 (0.8)
Apgar Score at 5 min
  < 5 82 (12.6)
  ≥ 5 565 (86.9)
 Not recorded 3 (0.5)
Breastfed
 Yes 317 (48.8)
 Not recorded 107 (16.5)
Neonatal Diagnosesa
 Normal 242 (39.3)
 LBW 99 (15.2)
 VLBW 22 (3.4)
 Respiratory distress 38 (5.8)
 Asphyxia 103 (15.8)
 Sepsisb 10 (1.5)
 Meconium stained amniotic fluid 33 (5.1)
 At risk for sepsisb 63 (9.7)
 Post-Caesarean Section 43 (6.6)
 Neonatal death 34 (5.2)
 No diagnosis recorded in medical record 38 (5.8)
  1. No blood cultures done, diagnosis based on symptoms and associated with documented risk
  2. aDiagnoses are not mutually exclusive
  3. bAt risk for sepsis neonate asymptomatic but associated with one of the following: maternal fever, prolonged rupture of membranes