Comparative Analysis Of Peculiarities Of Adaptation Of Babies

KhursandoyAkramova, DiloromAkhmedova, DilfuzaTurdieva

This article presents an analysis of clinical data among 83 preterm low birth weight infants (1 group), 103 full term low birth weight infants (2 group) and 95 full term infants with an appropriate gestational age (control group). Based on the data obtained, it was found that premature babies with low birth weight were born in a more severe condition compared to children in the control group, with a low Apgar score, a severe degree of RDS, they were performed primary resuscitation measures 1.7 times more often. When assessing the length of stay of infants with low body weight in the hospital, it was found that the children of the first group were statistically significantly longer both in the intensive care unit and in the neonatal pathology department. The high frequency of diseases of the nervous, respiratory, and digestive systems in small children is due to a more pronounced immaturity of these body systems.

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 2735-2740