hyaline membrane


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hyaline membrane

[′hī·ə·lən ′mem‚brān]
(histology)
A basement membrane.
A membrane of a hair follicle between the inner fibrous layer and the outer root sheath.
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The significance of grunting in hyaline membrane disease.
Prompt and early referral for lifesaving treatments, such as surfactant for hyaline membrane disease, and therapeutic hypothermia for asphyxia, is critical.
Hyaline membrane formation also characterizes the exudative phase.
Magnesium enemas were used in the treatment of infants with hyaline membrane disease in the early 1970s until they were found to have no benefit and resulted in deaths caused by hypermagnesemia.
Indications for administering surfactant include prematurity, radiologic signs of hyaline membrane disease, and mechanical ventilation or CPAP.
Her records showed that she had been born with hyaline membrane disease.
RDS (also known as Hyaline Membrane Disease) can lead to serious complications and is one of the most common causes of neonatal mortality.
It is about race and America; it is about childbirth and loss, and the cultural matrix of environmental salvation, the making of a modality of existence which will transcend loss while living, fully, in the world: it is an assumption of biological and psychic maturation: one should notate, consciously, the relationship between the various stanzas, the working punctuation of the lines in phrasing, the punctuation, assimilating an inner music, and hyaline membrane disease, an acute respiratory syndrome that newborn/premature infants suffer when they are born too soon; these are instances, no.
He had Hyaline Membrane disease, brain damage and sleep apnea.