Meconium Aspiration

A baby which becomes distressed before delivery may pass meconium (the dark greenish material described above) while he or she is still in the womb. If the baby then inhales the fluid in which he or she is 'floating' in the womb, the sticky material irritates and partially blocks the airways, causing breathing difficulties in around the time that t
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meconium aspiration

Syndrome caused by sucking of thick meconium into the lungs, usually by term or post-term infants (often small for gestational age) either in utero or with first breath. The resultant small airway obstruction may produce respiratory distress, tachypnea, cyanosis, pneumothorax, and/or pneumomediastinum. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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meconium aspiration

Type: Term Definitions: 1. intrauterine aspiration by the fetus of amniotic fluid contaminated by meconium.
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Meconium Aspiration

Inhalation of meconium by the infant as it is taking its first breath at birth. Meconium that is aspirated can block the airways and cause lung damage.
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Meconium aspiration

When meconium
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