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Maturation of the electroretinogram (ERG) reflects retinal development. Serial ERGs recorded from a preterm infant between 30 and 50 weeks after conception showed rapid maturation. A transient loss of retinal sensitivity coincided with clinical signs of stage 2 retinopathy of prematurity (ROP).
Aim To determine the evidence for detection and treatment of low systemic and organ blood flow in preterm infants in the first day after birth.
The etiology and pathophysiology of the circulatory compromise are among the primary determinants of the clinical presentation of patients with neonatal shock. Therefore, in the absence of direct assessment of cardiac output and organ blood flow, the characteristic clinical presentation itself...
Hypotension is a common diagnosis in neonatal intensive care units. Although there are epidemiological data for normative blood pressure values in preterm and term infants, the ranges of normal blood pressure where adequate organ perfusion is ensured for different gestational and postnatal ages...
Background Meconium aspiration-induced hypertensive lung injury has been associated with neuronal damage in the newborn, but the mechanisms of the injury are poorly known.
Objective To examine the effects of vibroacoustic stimulation (VAS) on fetal heart rate (FHR) in term human fetuses by computerized carditocography system.
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