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Carmona, V., Cristo, J., Colmenares, A., & Saavedra, N. (2015). Infección materna, preeclampsia temprana y sepsis neonatal: ¿Secuencia o casualidad?. Revista Repertorio De Medicina Y Cirugía, 24(1), 16-21. https://doi.org/10.31260/RepertMedCir.v24.n1.2015.647

Autores/as

Vicente Carmona
Javier Cristo
Alejandro Colmenares
Nathalia Saavedra

Resumen

Artículo de revisión mediante búsqueda de literatura en inglés y español en las principales bases de datos de ciencias de la salud: Pubmed, Ovid, Ebsco host y Elsevier. Se seleccionaron las referencias más relevantes y de preferencia con un tiempo de publicación inferior a cinco años, las de mayor antigüedad fueron artículos pioneros en la temática a menudo citados en las demás referencias. Se escogieron artículos de revisión y originales. El objetivo es revisar la relación de la infección amniótica con el origen de la preeclampsia y la sepsis neonatal. Abreviaturas: PRE-E, preeclampsia.

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