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Perinatal asphyxia is the most serious endpoint of all clinical complications . VII. Fetal and neonatal development. Adams FH, Desilets DT, Towers B. Control of flow of the fetal lung fluid at the laryngeal outlet.
Perinatal asphyxia is the most serious endpoint of all clinical complications in fetuses that have sustained acute or chronic fetal distress during their intrauterine lives. Ithaca, NY: Perinatology Press; 1988:556. 6. Perkins RP. Perspectives on perinatal brain damage. PubMedGoogle Scholar. 142. Vidyasagar D, Yeh TF, Harris V, et al. Assisted ventilation in infants with meconium aspiration syndrome.
Consequently, information on perinatal and neonatal mortality at international level is in great demand. Ninety-eight per cent of the deaths take place in the developing world. The report provides neonatal and perinatal mortality estimates by country, regional groupings and globally. In developing countries, the risk of death in the neonatal period is six times greater than in developed countries; in the least developed countries it is over eight times higher. With 41 neonatal deaths per 1000 live births, the risk of neonatal death is highest in Africa; the sub-Saharan regions of Eastern, Western and Central Africa have between 42 and 49 neonatal deaths per 1000 live births.
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