Hemodynamic monitoring of the critically ill neonate
The technical advances in monitoring the neonate have contributed to decreasing neonatal mortality and morbidity. In addition to the large expense of these monitoring systems, neonatal intensive care requires a large number of trained clinicians and hospital space to appropriately care for the critically ill neonate. Compromise of any factor may negate the positive survival and developmental outlook of the infant.
Turner, BS; Merenstein, GB
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