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Neonates q) Now, a new born infant at 37 weeks is in respiratory distress and requires several attempts at resuscitation in the delivery room because of difficulty breathing and frequent cyanosis. During crying, her breathing improves and breath and heart sounds are normal. Direct laryngoscopy is unremarkable as well. Deep inspirations by the neonate are ineffective. Mother had 2 previous deliveries at term with no problems. Family hx. Is unremarkable. What is the more likely disease that you have to treat (immediately!)? 1-Cardiac failure 2-Choanal atresia 3-Brain malformation

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q) Now, a new born infant at 37 weeks is in respiratory distress and requires several attempts at resuscitation in the delivery room because of difficulty breathing and frequent cyanosis. During crying, her breathing improves and breath and heart sounds are normal. Direct laryngoscopy is unremarkable as well. Deep inspirations by the neonate are ineffective. Mother had 2 previous deliveries at term with no problems. Family hx. Is unremarkable. What is the more likely disease that you have to treat (immediately!)?
1-Cardiac failure
2-Choanal atresia
3-Brain malformation

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