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Intensivmedizin bei Neugeborenen

  • G. Simbruner

Zusammenfassung

Das Alter bzw. die Reife und das bisherige Wachstum spielen für die Funktionstüchtigkeit der Organsysteme eine bedeutende Rolle. Die Klassifikation nach Reife und Wachstum des Kindes erlaubt daher, bestimmte spezifische Störungen vorherzusehen.

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