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Increased blood viscosity and tachypnoea in infants of diabetic mothers.
  1. K Violaris,
  2. E Bitzos,
  3. N Rudolph

    Abstract

    Tachypnoea was significantly more common in class B than in class A or C infants of diabetic mothers. Whole blood viscosity at a standardised packed cell volume and moderately low shear rate was significantly higher in infants of diabetic mothers with tachypnoea than in those without tachypnoea or healthy controls.

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