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A female neonate born, after a regular pregnancy, at 38+6 weeks of gestation and weighing 3065 g developed a severe respiratory distress after few hours of life, requiring intubation and mechanical ventilation.
Despite ventilatory assistance and a chest x-ray not suggestive of pulmonary disease, she had persistent dyspnoea. An attempt to adjust the endotracheal tube position with juxta-carinal placement was correlated with an …
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