Exogenous surfactant therapy in 2013: what is next? who, when and how should we treat newborn infants in the future?

@inproceedings{Lpez2013ExogenousST,
  title={Exogenous surfactant therapy in 2013: what is next? who, when and how should we treat newborn infants in the future?},
  author={Emmanuel L{\'o}pez and G{\'e}raldine Gascoin and Cyril Flamant and Mona Merhi and Pierre Tourneux and Olivier Baud},
  booktitle={BMC pediatrics},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Surfactant therapy is one of the few treatments that have dramatically changed clinical practice in neonatology. In addition to respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), surfactant deficiency is observed in many other clinical situations in term and preterm infants, raising several questions regarding the use of surfactant therapy. OBJECTIVES This review focuses on several points of interest, including some controversial or confusing topics being faced by clinicians together with… CONTINUE READING
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