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 How is respiratory distress syndrome in premature infants treated?

Answer Respiratory distress syndrome is treated by supplying extra oxygen, in more serious cases the baby is hooked up to a ventilator. In some cases a surfactant drug can be given to coat the lung tissue.
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What are the symptoms of respiratory distress syndrome in premature infants?

The symptoms of respiratory distress syndrome are breathing that is rapid and the center of the chest and rib cage pull inward with each breath.
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Infant respiratory distress syndrome type 2?

Which of the following signs of respiratory distress is typically unique to infants and children?

The signs of respiratory distress in infants and children are grunting, increased rate of breathing, chest retraction and difficulty in feeding.
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Infant respiratory distress syndrome nursing intervention?

There is a possibility your baby caught ringworm from your cat. Keep your baby away from your cat's liter box.
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