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A case of Infections in a Premature Infant and Repeated Apnea

Journal of Clinical Images and Case Reports.

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A case of Infections in a Premature Infant and Repeated Apnea

Premature infants have difficulty regulating their body temperature, learning to feed themselves, and maintaining adequate respiratory control in their first few days of life. For many premature infants, the resolution of apnea and the restoration of a regular breathing pattern is a crucial developmental milestone. While AOP is a developmental condition, the reasons for immature newborns' proclivity for apnea remain unknown. Although the cause of AOP is unknown, immature pulmonary reflexes and respiratory responses to hypoxia and hypercapnia are thought to play a role in its development and severity

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