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what is LBW babies born under 2500g regardless of gestation
describe SGA babies born below the 10th centile according to gestation, regardless of weight
decribe IUGR babies who have not met their growth potential (look wasted etc)
causes- placental placental insufficiency, unexplained elevated AFP, Pre-eclampsia, abruption, praevia, accreta, infarctioncircumvallate, haemangioma
causes- maternal Pre-existing disease (cardio, renal, hypertension etc), familial, trisomys, substance misuse, poor nutrition
causes- fetal abnormalities (trisomy, achrondoplasia) infection, multiple gestation, metabolic (PKU)
risk factors, maternal born SGA, etnicity, underweight, smoker, nulliparity
risk factors, obstetric very short of long gestational intervals, previous SGA infant, previous Stilborn
risk factors, pregnancy heavy bleeding, abruption, pre-e, hypertension
risk factrs, paternal changed paternity, short, born SGA
symmetrical IUGR is associated with... poor nutrition, smoking, alcohol, infection, abnormailities
Asymmetrical IUGR is associated with... decreased 02 or nutrients after organ development, placental insufficency
combined risks of A/Symmetrical IUGR hypoxia, hypothermia, hypoglycaemia/calcaemia, polycythaemia, jaundice
long term risks of IUGR elevated Bp, NIDDM, CHD and Stroke
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