Vol 92, No 1 (2021)
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Successful perinatal management and pacemaker stimulation during the first hour of life in a 1.6 kg newborn with autoimmune congenital complete heart block diagnosed prenatally

Anna Wojtowicz1, Tomasz Mroczek2, Janusz Skalski2, Hubert Huras1, Agata Wloch3
Pubmed: 33576493
Ginekol Pol 2021;92(1):80-81.

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