Can Intensive Care For Extremely Premature Infants Be Defended? A Critical Review
Seaman, Jade (2013) Can Intensive Care For Extremely Premature Infants Be Defended? A Critical Review. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
Background: Advances in medical technology throughout the twentieth century have resulted in younger and smaller premature babies being kept alive. Improvements can be seen in survival rates of babies as young as 26 weeks; however this same improvement cannot be seen in babies of 24 weeks or younger, suggesting that the limit of viability has been reached.
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