My baby is 2 months old. He is suffering from omphalitis, which appeared after 24 hours of birth. He had artificial respiration thrice. He was in the ICU for one month. Also, he had a kidney function disorder and blood breaks. He went through blood and blood platelet transfusion. After discharging, artificial respiration continued during sleep. Three weeks later, he suddenly had spasm (seizure) and is on medication. He is bottle feeding. He has normal limbs movement and normal head circumference (35.5 cm). His attentiveness is poor, cannot follow faces, movements or light with his eyes; however, he shows some reactions when exposed to sunlight. The latest diagnosis is that he has a cerebral atrophy. He is on Phenobarbital 60 mg. One fourth of the tablet to be melted in 1.5 cc water and then 1 cc water has to be given to the baby twice a day and Encephabol liquid 2 mg in the morning.
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