Bromide Space Studies in Infants of Low Birth Weight

@article{Cassady1970BromideSS,
  title={Bromide Space Studies in Infants of Low Birth Weight},
  author={George Cassady},
  journal={Pediatric Research},
  year={1970},
  volume={4},
  pages={14-24}
}
Extract: The present study reports measurements of the corrected bromide space (CBS) in 74 neonates delivered vaginally and studied within 24 h of birth. The results in 37 normally grown (NG) infants ranging in birth weight from 960 to 3,450 g with gestational intervals of 27–43 weeks are contrasted with findings in 37 intrauterine growth-related infants (IGR) ranging from 1,000 to 2,460 g in birth weight with gestational intervals of 35–44 weeks.Although a direct relation exists between CBS… CONTINUE READING

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