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A neonate is found to have petechial spots all over body with gum bleeding and hematuria after a full term normal vaginal delivery. CBC showing normal Hb and WBC with platelet count of 10,000/mm3. Peripheral smear examination is normal. Mother did not have any major problem during pregnancy and has no h/o any autoimmune thrombocytopenia or other autoimmune disease and having a platelet count of 1,70,000/mm3. What urgently to be done?

a. Platelet administration (random)

b. Administer mother’s platelet

c. Steroids

d. High dose IVIg

e. HPA matched platelet transfusion

iamback032018 Asked question June 3, 2021