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Causes of Respiratory distress syndrome, infant

Causes of Respiratory distress syndrome, infant

Infant respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) is most often caused by premature birth, usually at 28 weeks or earlier. Documented risk factors include a family history of RDS, diabetes in the mother, cesarean delivery, multiple pregnancy (e.g., twins), delivery complications, and rapid labor.

Respiratory distress syndrome, infant: Related Medical Conditions

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Respiratory distress syndrome, infant: Causes and Types

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