Intrauterine growth restriction
Intrauterine growth restriction indicates the development of the fetus of a baby while in the mothers womb during pregnancy. The causes can be many, but frequently include poor maternal nourishment or absence of satisfactory oxygen supply to the fetus. At any rate 60% of the 4 million neonatal deaths that happens worldwide, also related with low birth weight, caused by intrauterine growth restriction, preterm conveyance, and hereditary variations from the norm, showing that under-sustenance is now a main medical issue during childbirth. Intrauterine development limitation can result in an infant being little for gestational age, which is most usually characterized as a weight underneath the ten percentile for the gestational age. Toward the finish of pregnancy, it can result in a low birth weight. 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. Nursing and Health Care is an open access journal with rapid publication process, high quality manuscripts with innovative research which covers all the aspects of Nursing and Health Care. This Journal accepts original Research Articles, Review Articles, Case Reports, Mini Reviews, Rapid Communication, Opinions and Editorials on all the topics of nursing and health care.