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Retention of neonatal resuscitation skills and knowledge: a randomized controlled trial.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES This study compared the effectiveness of two booster strategies designed to improve retention of skills and knowledge in neonatal resuscitation by family practice residents.Expand
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Pharmacokinetic profile of caffeine in the premature newborn infant with apnea.
The pharmacokinetic profile of caffeine was studied in 32 premature newborn infants with apnea: 12 following a single intravenous dose; 3 after a single oral dose; 7 during treatment with an initialExpand
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Long-term pulmonary sequelae of severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the long-term pulmonary sequelae of survivors of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) of sufficient severity to have required supplemental oxygen for at least 1 month after term. Expand
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Exercise ability in survivors of severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia.
There is limited information concerning the exercise performance of long-term survivors of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD), and much of what is available pertains to those with relatively mildExpand
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Long-term pulmonary sequelae of premature birth with and without idiopathic respiratory distress syndrome.
Seven children born prematurely who survived the respiratory distress syndrome, seven children born prematurely who had no neonatal lung disease, and seven normal children born at term were studiedExpand
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Liquid-filled esophageal catheter for measuring pleural pressure in preterm neonates.
The precise measurement of esophageal pressure (Pes) as a reflection of pleural pressure (Ppl) is crucial to the measurement of lung mechanics in the newborn. The fidelity of Pes as a measurement ofExpand
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Early versus late introduction of continuous negative pressure in the management of the idiopathic respiratory distress syndrome.
To evaluate the effectiveness of the early application of continuous negative pressure about the thorax, 23 infants with the idiopathic respiratory distress syndrome who had adequate alveolarExpand
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Risk factors in retrolental fibroplasia.
Possible determinant factors that may increase the risk of the occurrence of retrolental fibroplasia (RLF) were analyzed in 80 infants born in 1975 and 1976 with birth weights between 501 and 1,500Expand
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BLOOD TRANSFUSION: A POSSIBLE RISK FACTOR IN RETROLENTAL FIBROPLASIA
ABSTRACT. Clark, C, Gibbs, J. A. H., Maniello, R., Outerbridge, E. W., and Aranda, J. V. (Department of Newborn Medicine, McGill University, Montreal Children's Hospital Research Institute, Montreal,Expand
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Epidemiology of adverse drug reactions in the newborn.
A prospective study on the epidemiology of adverse drug reactions (ADR) in the 200 neonates consecutively admitted to a newborn intensive care unit had shown that 136 ADR occurred in 60 babiesExpand
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