Preemie with persistent hypoglycemia

This baby was born at 36wks and birth weight of 1.6kg, came to us around 13 days from Warangal, with persistent hypoglycemia (low sugar levels), was on CPAP (small ventilator) and was completely encephalopathic (poor activity and delayed brain responses). The cause of hypoglycemia was not known. Finally we could find the reason was severe infection in blood (blood culture positive sepsis). Once treated well with antibiotics, this baby developed feed intolerance which increased his stay at hospital because we had to start IV nutrition. He is now with normal sugar levels and improved sepsis.