Perinatal asphyxia can be the reason for causing the hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy or intraventricular discharge, particularly in preterm births. A newborn child enduring serious perinatal asphyxia generally has responsiveness, cyanosis, perfusion, muscle tone, and respiratory exertion, as reflected in a low 5 minute Apgar score. Extraordinary degrees of asphyxia can cause heart failure and passing. On the off chance that revival is effective; the baby is normally exchanged to a neonatal emergency unit. There has for some time been a logical discussion about whether babies with asphyxia ought to be revived with 100% oxygen or ordinary air. It has been shown that high convergences of oxygen prompt age of oxygen free radicals, which have a job in reperfusion damage after asphyxia. There is significant contention over the determination of birth asphyxia because of medico lawful reasons. Due to its absence of exactness, the term is shunned in present day obstetrics. Nursing Care Journal is interested in the special fields related to the topics of this Journal. Nursing care Journal discusses the latest research innovations and important developments in this field. Journal accepts leading forefront original research papers, review manuscripts, case reports and commentary in the field. Our target audience, readers and contributors are worldwide. Nursing and Health Care accepts all the topics related to relational nursing.