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Fetal ductal constriction caused by SSRI: A case report.

A 31-week fetus was diagnosed with premature ductal constriction due to maternal treatment with sertraline. An emergent Cesarean section was performed at 32 gestational weeks. The baby was born in a severely depressed condition, with supra-systemic pulmonary hypertension, requiring intubation, mechanical ventilation, and milrinone infusion. The patient's condition improved rapidly, allowing weaning from the ventilator and the inodilator therapy. The baby was discharged home at 38 weeks postmenstrual age, in good general condition, without any signs of pulmonary hypertension, requiring no respiratory support. The echo examinations on the first and third months after birth were normal.

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