Brett J Manley

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INTRODUCTION High flow (HF) therapy is an increasingly popular mode of non-invasive respiratory support for preterm infants. While there is now evidence to support the use of HF to reduce extubation failure, there have been no appropriately designed and powered studies to assess the use of HF as primary respiratory support soon after birth. Our hypothesis(More)
Nonketotic hyperglycinemia is an inborn error of glycine metabolism leading to the accumulation of glycine in the brain. The neonatal form presents in the first days after birth with encephalopathy, seizures. and characteristic "hiccups." Rapid progression can lead to intractable seizures, coma, and respiratory failure. The outcome is invariably poor, and(More)
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