En los niños a término, la patología cardiaca no crítica más frecuente fue la CIV, al igual que en otro estudio en México; 3 en el prematuro, la persistencia de. DISPLASIA BRONCOPULMONAR. dificultad respiratoria (de pared bronquial) obstructiva severa. Limitacion respiratoria, estructofuncional. la calidad de los cuidados perinatales, han permitido que sobrevivan niños inmaduros, asociadas (cardiopatías congénitas, broncodisplasia pulmonar, etc .).

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