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Revista Habanera de Ciencias Médicas

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LEON LEAL, Maritza C; VINAS GARCIA, Mileydis; IBANEZ CAYON, Fernando  y  RUIZ PRIETO, Amando Javier. ransitory taquipnea of the New Born One In The Educational General Hospital "Ciro Redondo García": Artemisa 2009. Rev haban cienc méd [online]. 2010, vol.9, suppl.5, pp.658-664. ISSN 1729-519X.

Among 40-50% of the cases with syndrome of breathing (SDR) they evolve like a transitory Taquipnea (TTRN). He/She was carried out a descriptive retrospective study, whith the objective of knowing the behaviour of the TTRN in the Unit of Special Cares of Neonatology (UCEN) of the educational general Hospital "Ciro Redondo García", in the Period understood January 2008 until December 2009. The universe was 113 new born (RN) with SDR and 72 constituted the simple with diagnostic of TTRN for a sampling non probabilistic. A form was made and variables related with the childbirth and physical exam of the RN were picked up. The data were processed statistically by the system Excel. Approximately 3 of each 4 RN with (TT) they are born for caesarean operation, to term, of the masculine sex, norm weight, count of normal apgar and time of inferiority evolution at 120 hours. You conclude that the behaviour of the TTRN in our service is high.

Palabras clave : syndrome of breathing difficulty (SDR); new born (RN); transitory Taquipnea of the new born one (TTRN).

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