Wiesław Olechowski

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BACKGROUND Advances in intensive health care within the last 30 years have resulted in increased survival of most immature neonates. The results of epidemiological studies indicate, however, that(More)
INTRODUCTION A better understanding of the developmental problems in extremely low birth weight (ELBW) preterm infants may enhance their chances of proper adaptation to their environment and make it(More)
AIMS To evaluate the relationships between postnatal passive respiratory compliance (Crs) and development of respiratory disorders during the first 6 month of life in preterm and full-term infants(More)
UNLABELLED Children born with extremely low birth weight often present delayed growth in the first years of their lives: they remain shorter and weigh less than their peers. Current reports published(More)
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