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Disease induced by_smoking

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Oral Diagnosis I
Third Year

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Disease induced by_smoking

  1. 1. 1) Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: 2) Stillbirth: Women who smoke during pregnancy increase the chances of the death of their babies during pregnancy itself. 3) Low birth weight of the baby: • Birth weight of the baby is an important factor for the future health of the baby. • Low birth weight can lead to a great many complications. • low birth weight is the main reason for pre-natal death (during the first month after the birth).
  2. 2. 5) Respiratory Infections:  the baby is more likely to have asthma and other respiratory diseases 6) Placenta Abruption:  This condition arises when the placenta pulls the walls of the uterus either before or during labor.  This requires an immediate delivery usually through cesarean operation.  A smoker's placenta is thinner making her more likely to have placenta abruption. 7) Premature birth
  3. 3.  CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS

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