Profound Early-Onset Neonatal Anemia: A Case Study
B.G. WAS A 38 6/7-WEEK GESTATIONAL age female born to a 29-year-old G2 P0, O+ (antibody negative), rubella immune, RPR nonreactive, GC negative, HepBsAg negative, GBS negative, HIV negative mother. The pregnancy was uncomplicated. The mother had received prenatal care starting in the first trimester. There was no reported history of hydrops fetalis. Thick meconium was noted on artificial rupture of the membranes six hours prior to delivery.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 2002
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