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Hypoglycaemia of the newborn is defined as a blood glucose of less than 2.5 mmol per litre. It occurs in 0.4% of all births, but is much more common in infants of diabetic mothers - previously diagnosed diabetics or gestational diabetics - and in low birth weight and premature infants.

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