Passive total respiratory system compliance and gas exchange in newborns with hyaline membrane disease.

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Passive total respiratory system compliance (CRS) and gas exchange measurements were performed in nine newborns during the course of hyaline membrane disease. None of the subjects presented bronchopulmonary dysplasia at follow-up investigations. Gestational age ranged from 29 to 37 weeks. CRS was measured by the multiple occlusion technique. Gas exchange… (More)

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@article{Dreizzen1989PassiveTR, title={Passive total respiratory system compliance and gas exchange in newborns with hyaline membrane disease.}, author={E Dreizzen and Michal Migdal and J P Praud and M A Saby and B. Chambille and Michel Dehan and C L Gaultier}, journal={Pediatric pulmonology}, year={1989}, volume={6 1}, pages={2-7} }