- Treating babies with suspected early-onset neonatal infection within one hour of the decision to treat
- Using antibiotics benzylpenicillin and gentamicin as the first-choice treatment for suspected early-onset neonatal infection
- Performing a blood culture before administering first dose of antibiotics
- Offering child birth antibiotic prophylaxis in a timely manner to women whose babies are at higher risk of infection
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