Pawel Kawczynski

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Objective: To compare the effects of patient-initiated, pressure-regulated, volume-controlled ventilation (PRVC) with pressure-preset intermittent mandatory ventilation (IMV) in neonates with respiratory failure. Design: Randomised, prospective study. Setting: Intensive care unit (14 beds) in a 300-bed paediatric teaching hospital. Patients: 60 neonates(More)
To investigate the effects of infusion of dopexamine hydrochloride, a new synthetic catecholamine, on cardiopulmonary status and urine output in neonates with respiratory and circulatory failure. Prospective clinical study with each patient serving as his own control. Intensive care unit (14 beds) in a 300-bed paediatric teaching hospital. Seventeen(More)
The axillary artery has been successfully cannulated in critically ill adult and paediatric patients. There is little information about experience with this technique in neonates. We report the use of axillary cannulation in 62 mechanically ventilated neonates with birth weight from 750 to 3800 g (mean 1950 g). The axillary artery was catheterized with 24(More)
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