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Title: Baby's first breath : consideration of some physiological aspects
Authors: Mowla, Rezaul
Keywords: Newborn infants -- Care
Hyaline membrane disease
Issue Date: 1985
Publisher: University of Malta Medical School
Citation: Mowla, R. (1985). Baby's first breath : consideration of some physiological aspects. Medi-Scope, 7, 14-15.
Abstract: Baby's first breath is probably the most important event in the delivery room for everybody concerned. The factors which cause this to happen have always fascinated doctors and scientists for a long time and it is through extensive research with animal newborns and later with humans that today we are perhaps beginning to understand the complex factors which help the baby in the initiation of the first breath. However, the factors discussed below are not necessarily all the factors, because, there are definitely many more factors which we are not fully aware of as yet.
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