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Q: What is the normal heart rate of a newborn? If the heart rate of a new born is 40-60, how serious is the condition?

Sam (Nashville, USA)

A: The normal heart rate of a new born baby is roughly between 100 to 112 beats per min--- a heartbeat of 40 to 60 is dangerous and suggests neonatal asphyxia and the need for resuscitation using both ventilatory and cardiovascular management---i.e. cardiac massage and bag and mask ventilation.

Dr. Sahni

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