hyaline membrane disease

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Synonyms for hyaline membrane disease

an acute lung disease of the newborn (especially the premature newborn)

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In the present study all cases of respiratory distress among neonates of diabetic mothers were either hyaline membrane disease or transient tachypnoea of newborn.
Cayabyab et al., "The effects of IL-10 on proinflammatory cytokine expression (IL-1[beta] and IL-8) in hyaline membrane disease (HMD)," Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology, vol.
Causes N (%) Pneumonia/Sepsis 3(30%) Hyaline Membrane Disease 2(20%) Meconium Aspiration 2(20%) Congenital diaphragmatic hernia 1(10%) Spontaneous 2(20%) Table 2: Incidence of Pneumothoraces.
The most frequent cause of death identified is Hyaline Membrane Disease, which is directly related to prematurity, and which decreased in 22.38% between 2001 and 2005.
(15.) Respiratory tract Disorders: Hyaline membrane Disease. In: Richard E Behrman, Hal B Jenson, Robert Kliegman.
An autopsy was performed, which determined that the cause of death was hyaline membrane disease (diffuse alveolar damage), interstitial pneumonia and acute bronchopneumonia.
In order to determine how to avoid false positives and false negatives from x-ray of patients with hyaline membrane disease, he asked the pediatric radiologist for permission to view x-rays without reading clinical information.
RDS, also referred to as hyaline membrane disease, is associated with insufficient surfactant production by the neonatal lung.
The fetal autopsy was remarkable for extensive acute hyaline membrane disease. Grossly, the lungs were consolidated uniformly and showed several discrete, peripheral, yellow nodules (Figure 1).
Her records showed that she had been born with hyaline membrane disease. During her early infancy, she had experienced periodic vomiting, after which she would fall asleep.
It is about race and America; it is about childbirth and loss, and the cultural matrix of environmental salvation, the making of a modality of existence which will transcend loss while living, fully, in the world: it is an assumption of biological and psychic maturation: one should notate, consciously, the relationship between the various stanzas, the working punctuation of the lines in phrasing, the punctuation, assimilating an inner music, and hyaline membrane disease, an acute respiratory syndrome that newborn/premature infants suffer when they are born too soon; these are instances, no.'s 2 and 3 sons, in a sequence of family legacy, particular and real, for this emerging family.
Hyaline membrane disease is more frequently encountered in pre-term infants, affecting approximately 0.5% to 2% of all live births and 25% to 30% of babies born early.[1] The disease occurs in infants who are deficient in surfactant, a chemical that holds open the alveoli (air sacs) in the lungs.
He had Hyaline Membrane disease, brain damage and sleep apnea.