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The latest research on cerebral palsy prevention presented in the AACPDM meeting in 2008 focused on what we have learnt in terms of prevention in the last 6 decades.
Better care when the child is in the womb and prevention of infections including gynecological infections is important.
Most children who have cerebral palsy have had poor maternal history during the time that the child was in womb and that cerebral palsy is not usually the fault of the gynecologist or the pediatrician, they had problems not because the nursing team were not able to manage them but because in most cases the newborns had preexisting problems due to which they were finding it difficult to tide over in contrast to normal newborns.
The brain damage that has happened just before birth and/or just after birth can be reduced by inducing hypothermia-reducing the temperature of the body but it needs a lot of expertise on the behalf of the treating pediatrician/neonatologist.
The only method has the potential to prevent cerebral palsy has recently been documented ,taking MAGNESIUM TABLETS during the entire duration of pregnancy has been shown to be to reduce the number of spontaneous abortions ,bleeds during pregnancy and the risk of cerebral palsy, the only problem though is the availability.
in case you have trouble Mr sanjeev Prasad -091-9335901715 can be contacted over the phone and he will be able to help you, magnesium tablets are absolutely safe during pregnancy and magnesium is a metal just as calcium and iron.

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