Neonatal Intensive Care
Mackler, Aaron L.
Developments in neonatal intensive care over the past 25 years have led to dramatic decreases in infant mortality, to treatments for physical and mental conditions, and to improvement in the quality of life for the infants who survive. Currently, about six percent of infants who are born alive enter neonatal intensive care units; financial and human costs can be substantial, but net financial as well as human benefits generally result.
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