G Bradley Bookatz

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There has been considerable controversy surrounding the optimal inspired oxygen concentration for resuscitation of term and preterm infants. We have developed a rat pup model to quantify both physiologic and biochemical parameters associated with normoxic vs. hyperoxic resuscitation. We have confirmed existing human data that hyperoxic resuscitation of rat(More)
To test our hypothesis that resuscitation with 21% and 40% oxygen (O2) would shorten time to onset of respiratory activity when compared with resuscitation with 100% O2, diaphragmatic electromyogram (EMG) electrodes were inserted in Sprague-Dawley rat pups, age 8–10 d before intubation and mechanical ventilation with 5% O2 to induce cessation of respiratory(More)
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