múltiples favorecen el nacimiento de niños prematuros vulnerables. 19 (21 %) hipertensión pulmonar, 13 (14 %) broncodisplasia pulmonar y dos (2 %). La retinopatía del prematuro (ROP) constituye una de las principales causas de ceguera asociadas (cardiopatías congénitas, broncodisplasia pulmonar, etc.). sepsis, soporte respiratorio, broncodisplasia pulmonar (DBP), ruptura alveolar, retinopatía del prematuro (ROP), días de internación y muerte.

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Maior peso ao nascer, maior idade gestacional e sexo feminino estiveram associados a um menor risco de displasia broncopulmonar. Aumentaram o risco de displasia broncopulmonar: De um total de bronvodisplasia. Fatores que independentemente aumentaram o risco foram: Pacientes mais graves com SDR, no entanto, precisam de tratamento com surfactantes. Is chronic lung disease in low birth weight infants preventable?

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