Combined neonatal therapies for cardiac function in adulthood - live together, die alone?

@article{Sthr2014CombinedNT,
  title={Combined neonatal therapies for cardiac function in adulthood - live together, die alone?},
  author={Eric J St{\"o}hr and Victoria L Meah and Mike Stembridge},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={592 5},
  pages={
          825-6
        }
}
The healthy development of a fetus and the continued health of a newborn child are of primary interest to all beings. Unfortunately, pregnancy does not always progress favourably and can result in premature birth. Preterm infants are at high risk of complications in the neonatal period, such as chronic lung disease, and may develop cardiorespiratory problems in later life. As a consequence, different therapeutic strategies have been developed to improve the cardiorespiratory health of neonates… CONTINUE READING