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  • Resuscitation Measures, Birth Injuries, and Cerebral Palsy

    Posted By Beam & Raymond || 29-Jan-2015

    When a problem with oxygenation occurs around the time of a baby's birth, complications may arise that last a lifetime. Physical trauma from overuse of Pitocin, a powerful drug used to stimulate contraction activity, naturally excessive contraction activity that reduces fetal oxygenation, or other issues with utero-placental insufficiency that cause hypoxia or stress in utero can create a need ...
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  • The Relationship Between Metabolic Acidosis and Cerebral Palsy

    Posted By Beam & Raymond || 14-Jan-2015

    When a newborn exhibits certain signs of distress prior to birth, it's important for health care providers to try to determine whether that distress will, in the end, cause problems for a child's development. A troubling fetal heart rate pattern, the presence of meconium at birth, a difficult or protracted labor, overuse of drugs such as oxytocin ( Pitocin ), and the use of instruments ...
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