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Table 1 Maternal and neonatal characteristics of studied population

From: Risk factors for severity of thrombocytopenia in full term infants: a single center study

Variables Summary statistics
Mother’s age/years (mean ± SD) 29.18 ± 4.33
Mother’s weight/kg (mean ± SD) 77.36 ± 6.31
Positive consanguinity 13 (23.64%)
Mothers had Diabetes 9 (16.36%)
Mothers had Preeclampsia 6 (10.91%)
History of PROM 3 (5.45%)
Mode of delivery
Normal vaginal delivery 25 (45.45%)
Cesarean section 30 (54.55%)
Neonatal Weight (Kg) (mean ± SD) 2.77 ± 0.61
Gender (Male/female) 33(60.00%)/ 22(40.00)
Neonatal WBCs (mean ± SD) 13.57 ± 4.83
Neonatal Hemoglobin (mean ± SD) 15.86 ± 4.46
Neonatal Platelet count at diagnosis (mean ± SD) 67.53 ± 46.91
Thrombocytopenia degree at diagnosis
Mild 19 (34.55%)
Moderate 7 (12.73%)
Severe 29 (52.73%)
Manifestation of thrombocytopenia
No 32 (58.18%)
Bleeding from puncture site 14 (25.45%)
Gastrointestinal bleeding 5 (9.09%)
Pulmonary hemorrhage 2 (3.64%)
Intraventricular hemorrhage 2 (3.64%)
Received Platelets transfusion 20 (36.37%)