Implementing potentially better practices to reduce lung injury in neonates.

  title={Implementing potentially better practices to reduce lung injury in neonates.},
  author={Kelly J Burch and William D. Rhine and Robin L. Baker and Fern R. Litman and Joseph W. Kaempf and Edward S Schwarz and Shyan C. Sun and Nathaniel Payne and Paul Sharek},
  volume={111 4 Pt 2},
OBJECTIVE Adherence to basic quality improvement principles enhances the implementation of potentially better practices (PBPs) and requires extensive planning and education. Even after PBPs have been identified and acknowledged as desirable, effective implementation of these practices does not occur easily. The objective of this study was to identify and assess implementation strategies that facilitate quality improvements in the respiratory care of extremely low birth weight infants. METHODS… CONTINUE READING


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