Illustration of the anatomy of a premature baby. The various organs likely to be affected by complications at birth are shown as transparent: the brain, respiratory tract (pharynx, trachea, bronchial tubes, lungs) and the digestive organs (liver, stomach, pancreas, intestines). These organs can be affected by the following complications: -deficient immune system, vulnerability to infection -side-effects, cerebral lesions, intracerebral haemorrhage -imperfect swallowing, deficient digestive system, immature digestion -breathing complications and difficulty breathing, risk of apnoea -hypoglycaemia -hypothermia.
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