Guía de Práctica Clínica sobre Encefalopatía Hipóxico-Isquémica Perinatal en el Recién Nacido

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  1. Introducción
  2. Alcance y objetivos
  3. Metodología
  4. Factores de riesgo / comorbilidad
  5. Tratamiento
  6. Estudios pronósticos
  7. Seguimiento
  8. Estrategias diagnósticas y terapéuticas
  9. Difusión e implementación
  10. Líneas de investigación futura
  11. Anexos
  12. Listado completo de tablas y figuras
  13. Bibliografía

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