Intrapartum asphyxia and cerebral palsy.


Signs of presumed hypoxia/asphyxia of the fetus are not uncommon and can be detected during labor, in the delivery room, and during the early neonatal period. Virtually no single sign or symptom has sufficient correlation to enable prediction of later cerebral palsy with a reasonable degree of medical certainty. To attribute cerebral palsy to prior asphyxia… (More)


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