Meconium is the earliest stool of a mammalian baby. In contrast to later excrement, meconium is made out of materials ingested during the time the baby spends in the uterus: intestinal epithelial cells, bodily fluid, bile, amniotic fluid, and water. Meconium, in contrast to later dung, is gooey and sticky like tar, its shading more often than not being an exceptionally dull olive green; it is relatively unscented. At the point when weakened in amniotic liquid, it might show up in different shades of green, dark colored, or yellow. It ought to be totally passed before the finish of the initial couple of days after birth, with the stools advancing toward yellow. Meconium is typically held in the babys inside until after birth, yet in some cases it is ousted into the amniotic fluid before birth or amid work and conveyance. The recolored amniotic fluid is perceived by medicinal staff this might be an indication of fetal trouble. Some post-dates pregnancies may likewise have meconium recolored alcohol without fetal trouble. Medicinal staff may suction the meconium from the nose and mouth of an infant promptly after conveyance in the occasion the infant hints at respiratory pain to diminish the danger of meconium yearning disorder. Journal accepts leading forefront original research papers, review manuscripts, case reports and commentary in the field. Our target audience, readers and contributors are worldwide.