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Question 13.6 out of 3.6 pointsWhat is the etiology of diastolic hyaline membrane disease?
Answer:ResponseFeedback:The correct answer lack of surfactant in the lungs and alveoli. A fetus’s lungs are thelast to develop, the surfactant is what keeps the lungs, and alveoli open. If it is knownthat a baby will be born premature an injection of the protein will be administered to themother to improve the amount of surfactant in the baby’s lungs improving the chance ofsurvival while reducing the risk of respiratory distress in the newborn. The otheranswers are incorrect because the implantation of egg outside the uterus is an ectopicpregnancy. Maternal/fetus Rh incompatibility is the cause of Erythroblastosis fetalis.Inhalation of the first stool is the cause of meconium aspiration syndrome.Question 23.6 out of 3.6 pointsWhat is the cause of Erythroblastosis fetalis?
Question 33.6 out of 3.6 pointsWhich of the following would you see in the manifestations of Erythroblastosis fetalis?
Question 43.6 out of 3.6 pointsWhat type of Drug would be used to induce labor?

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