MikroprematÜrelerin bakımı: 382 gr doğan bebeğin sağkalımı

Okan, Füsun; Nikain, Affsane; Gökalp, Deniz; Lembet, Arda
January 2009
Cocuk Sagligi ve Hastaliklari Dergisi;oca-mar2009, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p29
Academic Journal
As science and medical technology have advanced, the lower limit of gestational age and birth weight considered compatible with prolonged life has decreased. Reports about an increase in survival in infants who are born weighing less than 500 g come from all over the world. Most of these infants are small for gestational age and experience a high rate of serious morbidities. This presentation reports the survival of an infant who was born weighing 382 g, at the 26th week of gestation.


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