This study evaluates the non-inferiority of a protocol of limited evaluation (complete blood
count, blood culture) and clinical observation by standardized physical examination versus
the algorithm suggested in the CDC's 2010 guidelines (limited evaluation, clinical
observation and antibiotic therapy) in the management of asymptomatic infants born at term to
mothers with suspected chorioamnionitis. The primary outcome of the study is the difference
in the prevalence of sepsis-related symptoms between the two groups.