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Trastornos y las Complicaciones Comunes

Los avances tecnológicos han permitido mejorar el cuidado de los recién nacidos enfermos. Actualmente, gracias a los cuidados de especialistas y otros profesionales de la salud, los bebés cuentan con mayores posibilidades de sobrevivir y reponerse.

En el directorio que aparece a continuación encontrará información acerca de algunos de los trastornos y complicaciones que aumentan el riesgo para un recién nacido, para los cuales le proveemos una breve descripción.

La Prematurez

Muy Bajo Peso al Nacer

Bajo Peso al Nacer

Pequeño para la Edad Gestacional

Grande para la Edad Gestacional

La Posmadurez

El Bebé de una Madre Diabética

Los Trastornos Respiratorios

Los Trastornos del Cerebro y del Sistema Nervioso

Los Trastornos de la Sangre

El Hydrops Fetalis

Los Trastornos del Corazón

Los Trastornos del Aparato Digestivo

La Infección en los Bebés

La Exposición a una Substancia y los Bebés

Las Lesiones en el Parto

Los Defectos Congénitos

El Síndrome de Muerte Súbita del Lactante (SIDS)

La Visión y la Audición

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