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Trastornos de la Sangre

Existen diversos trastornos de la sangre que aumentan el riesgo de un problema de salud en el recién nacido y que requieren cuidado médico por parte de un profesional de la salud. Enumerados en el directorio a continuación se encuentran algunos de ellos, para los que le proveemos una breve descripción.

Descripción General de la Sangre

Los Grupos Sanguíneos en el Embarazo

La Enfermedad Hemolítica del Recién Nacido

Sangrado de Deficiencia de Vitamina K (Enfermedad Hemorrágica del Recién Nacido)

La Hiperbilirrubinemia y la Ictericia

La Glucosa en Sangre - La Hipoglucemia

La Hipocalcemia

La Policitemia

La Trombocitopenia

Reviewed Date: 12-31-2009

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