publication . Article . Bachelor thesis . Master thesis . 2014

Ictericia neonatal

Silva, Sílvia Monteiro da;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2014
  • Publisher: Sociedad Uruguaya de Pediatría
Abstract
El motivo que ha llevado a la realización de este trabajo fin de grado sobre el tema de la ICTERICIA NEONATAL se debe a la elevada frecuencia de su aparición en la población. Un porcentaje elevado de RN la padecen al nacer siendo, en la mayor parte de los casos, un proceso fisiológico resuelto con facilidad debido a una inmadurez del sistema hepático y a una hiperproducción de bilirrubina. La ictericia neonatal es la pigmentación de color amarillo de la piel y mucosas en el RN debido al aumento de los niveles de bilirrubina en sangre por encima de los valores normales. Este aumento puede ser por causas fisiológicas o no y en función de su desarrollo, se aplicará...
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publication . Article . Bachelor thesis . Master thesis . 2014

Ictericia neonatal

Silva, Sílvia Monteiro da;