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can the sequelae of neonatal suppurative meningitis be cured?

Question description 1: Can neonatal suppurative meningitis be cured and are there any sequelae? Supplementary explanation: Can neonatal suppurative meningitis be cured and are there any sequelae?

Answer : After meningitis occurs in a child less than 1 year old, there may be the following symptoms Sequelae: cerebral hemorrhage, hydrocephalus, partial loss of motor function of limbs, and even epilepsy. Some children will have important sequelae such as mental retardation and blindness.

Question description 2: Supplementary explanation: Can neonatal purulent meningitis be cured at 19 days? Will there be sequelae?

Answer: Purulent meningitis in children less than 1 year old refers to inflammation of the meninges caused by purulent bacteria. One-year-old children's life disease, this disease is often a part of sepsis or secondary to sepsis, usually about a quarter of neonatal sepsis will be complicated by purulent meningitis.

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