Plasma catecholamine levels in preterm infants. Effect of birth asphyxia and Apgar score.


Catecholamine levels were measured in cord arterial blood from preterm infants. Relatively lower catecholamine levels were found in the preterm infants than in term infants, although no significant correlation was found between noradrenaline and adrenaline levels and either gestational age or birthweight. Significantly higher catecholamine levels were found… (More)


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