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Nagendra K. Monangi, MD


  • Attending Neonatologist, Neonatology and Pulmonary Biology
  • Associate Medical Director, Neonatal Transport Program
  • Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

About

Additional Languages

Hindi, Telugu

Publications

A Term Neonate with Multiorgan Dysfunction, Severe Metabolic Acidosis, and Hyperkalemia. Monangi, N; Shah, M; Cortezzo, DM E. NeoReviews. 2022; 23:e409-e412.

Provision of Small-Quantity Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplements Increases Plasma Selenium Concentration in Pregnant Women in Malawi: A Secondary Outcome of a Randomized Controlled Trial. Haskell, MJ; Maleta, K; Arnold, CD; Jorgensen, JM; Fan, YM; Ashorn, U; Matchado, A; Monangi, NK; Zhang, G; Xu, H; et al. Current Developments in Nutrition. 2022; 6.

Maternal selenium levels and whole genome screen in recurrent spontaneous preterm birth population: A nested case control study. Care, AG; Gupta, JK; Goodfellow, L; Zhang, G; Monangi, N; Belling, E; Landero, J; Chappell, J; Sharp, A; Alfirevic, A; et al. European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. 2021; 265:203-211.

Association of maternal prenatal selenium concentration and preterm birth: a multicountry meta-analysis. Monangi, N; Xu, H; Khanam, R; Khan, W; Deb, S; Pervin, J; Price, JT; Kennedy, SH; Al Mahmud, A; Fan, Y; et al. BMJ Global Health. 2021; 6.

Maternal genome and pregnancy outcomes. Monangi, NK; Zhang, G; Hallman, M; Teramo, K; Jacobsson, B; Muglia, LJ. New Technologies and Perinatal Medicine. 2019.

Victims or Survivors: Resilience From the Slum Dwellers' Perspective. Andavarapu, D; Edelman, DJ; Monangi, N. Smart, Resilient and Transition Cities: Emerging Approaches and Tools for A Climate-Sensitive Urban Development. 2018.

Chapter 27 Victims or Survivors Resilience From the Slum Dwellers’ Perspective. Andavarapu, D; Edelman, DJ; Monangi, N. Smart, Resilient and Transition Cities. 2018.

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