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Body and breathing movements in near-term fetuses and newborn infants of type-1 diabetic women

Early Human Development

Nov 1, 1990

E J MulderH F Prechtl

Abstract

The generation of body and breathing movements was studied in relation to behavioural states in near-term fetuses (n = 12) and newborn infants (n = 7) of women with well-controlled type-1 diabetes. Results obtained from low-risk fetuses (n = 12) and neonates (n = 14) were used for compa...read more

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Fetal Structures
Pregnancy in Diabetics
Fetal Movement
Respiration Intermittent
Cell Respiration
Eye Movements
Longitudinal Survey
Prenatal brand of multivitamin
Fetal Heart
Respiratory Gaseous Exchange in Organisms
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Body and breathing movements in near-term fetuses and newborn infants of type-1 diabetic women

Early Human Development

Nov 1, 1990

E J MulderH F Prechtl

PMID: 2076688

DOI: 10.1016/0378-3782(90)90143-7

Abstract

The generation of body and breathing movements was studied in relation to behavioural states in near-term fetuses (n = 12) and newborn infants (n = 7) of women with well-controlled type-1 diabetes. Results obtained from low-risk fetuses (n = 12) and neonates (n = 14) were used for compa...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Fetal Structures
Pregnancy in Diabetics
Fetal Movement
Respiration Intermittent
Cell Respiration
Eye Movements
Longitudinal Survey
Prenatal brand of multivitamin
Fetal Heart
Respiratory Gaseous Exchange in Organisms

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