The effect of mode of delivery and anaesthesia on neonatal blood pressure
Background: Many factors may effect blood pressure (BP) in the early neonatal period, including mode of delivery and anaesthesia, on which there is little reported. Aims: To determine whether the mode of delivery, anaesthesia and maternal age have an effect on neonatal BP in the first three days of life. Methods: Healthy, term neonates from August 2003-2005 were enrolled in the study. Infants of mothers with hypertension of any cause, diabetes of any cause, illicit substance use, congenital or...[Show more]
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