Normative blood pressure data in the early neonatal period
There has been a temporal trend towards increased birth weight over the past three decades. This increase in birth weight may have resulted in an increase in neonatal blood pressure. Neonatal hypertension is becoming more common, especially in neonatal intensive care unit survivors. Current normative values are required to assist in diagnosis and appropriate management of neonatal hypotension and hypertension. The objective of this study was to determine normative blood pressure readings in...[Show more]
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