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A female infant with antenatally diagnosed trisomy 21 was delivered at 27 weeks. She was intubated at birth and given surfactant. A day 3 echocardiogram three showed a structurally normal heart, but severe pulmonary hypertension (PH). She required oscillation, nitric oxide and inotropes. At 1 week, she developed necrotising enterocolitis (NEC) and a perforation requiring resection and ileostomy formation. A subsequent echocardiogram showed resolved PH. She was …
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