Anita Stola

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The interruption of placental blood flow during labor with redistribution of cardiac output resulting in increased flow to brain, heart, and adrenal glands at the expense of flow to kidney, gut, and skin can result in systemic organ as well as cerebral injury. Thus, post-resuscitation strategies should focus on both the management of potential systemic(More)
Background:Oxygen exposure during delivery room (DR) resuscitation, even when brief, is potentially toxic. A practice plan (PP) was introduced for very low birth weight (VLBW) infants ⩽1500 g as follows: initial FiO2 from 0.21 to 1.0 using blenders, oxygen guided by oximetry to maintain saturation between 85% to 95% from birth.Objective:To determine whether(More)
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