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Dificultad respiratoria después de un parto prematuro, de un bebé con conducto arterioso persistente - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Dificultad respiratoria después de un parto prematuro, de un bebé con conducto arterioso persistente - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta serie de ilustraciones médicas ilustra la dificultad respiratoria, después de un parto prematuro de un bebé. La mitad superior de la exposición presenta un flujo sanguíneo y respiración normales de un bebé recién nacido, con el conducto arterioso del corazón que se cierra para permitir que la sangre rica en oxígeno llegue a los tejidos vitales del cerebro y pulmones. En la mitad inferior de la imagen, se muestra al bebé con un conducto arterioso persistente (abierto) y con foramen oval en la pared muscular del corazón. Esto hace que la sangre rica en oxígeno y deficiente en oxígeno se mezclen dando como resultado una respiración deficiente y una muerte eventual del tejido cerebral.

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