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Respiratory Birth Defects
About 20% of new-born babies face Respiratory Birth Defects during birth. It may be due to several reasons; mother with antidepressants in third trimester may leads to Respiratory Birth Defects in child. When infant’s lung arties remains constricted after birth results in less flow to lungs.
Respiratory Birth Defects may be suspected if signs of respiratory distress, such as increased breathing rate, grunting, or a bluish tint to the skin, are present but unexplained in a newborn baby. X-rays and other imaging techniques may be used to make a diagnosis.
Related Journals of Respiratory Birth Defects
Annals of Respiratory Medicine, Respirology, Respiratory Research, Respiration; international review of thoracic diseases.