[Chronic respiratory insufficiency in the child].


Chronic respiratory failure in childhood is a common occurrence, defined as permanent hypoxemia below two standard deviations under the mean for the child's age. In infants, this definition is less clear than in adolescents and adults. Etiologies are numerous, with the most prevalent being chronic obstructive lung disease. Chronic respiratory failure… (More)


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