Nonstructural heart disease in the newborn

Abstract

One-third of 327 newborn infants referred to the perinatal service of the Hospital for Sick Children during 1975 with suspected cardiopulmonary disorders proved to have nonstructural heart disease. Most of these were term infants with transient tachypnoea or cyanosis who recovered. A history of fetal distress or difficult delivery was commonly associated… (More)

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@inproceedings{Rowe2006NonstructuralHD, title={Nonstructural heart disease in the newborn}, author={Richard D. Rowe and Teruo Izukawa and Henry Connor}, year={2006} }