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Häufigkeit und Art von aszendierenden Infektionen bei Frühgeburten

  • J. Martius
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Zusammenfassung

Die perinatale und neonatale Morbidität und Mortalität wird vor allem durch Frühgeburten belastet. In Deutschland wiegen nur etwa 6% aller Neugeborenen unter 2500 g, sind aber mit 70–80% an der perinatalen und neonatalen Mortalität beteiligt (Martius 1994). Damit wird deutlich, daß vor allem die Reduzierung der Frühgeburtenrate zu einer Verbesserung der perinatalen Mortalität beizutragen vermag. Bei uns und auch in anderen westlichen Ländern ist es in den letzten Jahren nicht gelungen, die Frühgeburtenrate zu senken (Rettwitz-Volk 1992).

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