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Embolia de líquido amníotico: revisión bibliográfica.

  title={Embolia de l{\'i}quido amn{\'i}otico: revisi{\'o}n bibliogr{\'a}fica.},
  author={Eva D{\'i}ez Paz and Ylenia Vigil Gonz{\'a}lez},
Introduccion: El objetivo es describir los factores de riesgo de la embolia amniotica, la clinica, el diagnostico, tratamiento y pronostico. Metodologia: La busqueda bibliografica se realizo en Septiembre de 2015 en las bases de datos: Pubmed, Cuiden Plus, Dialnet, Ibecs y Cochrane. Se hallaron 159 articulos, cumpliendo criterios de seleccion 16. Resultados: Se describen diversos factores de riesgo pero ninguno especifico. Las manifestaciones clinicas mas frecuentes son la hipotension, paro… 



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