Less invasive surfactant administration is associated with improved pulmonary outcomes in spontaneously breathing preterm infants.

@article{Goepel2015LessIS,
  title={Less invasive surfactant administration is associated with improved pulmonary outcomes in spontaneously breathing preterm infants.},
  author={Wolfgang Goepel and Angela Kribs and Christoph Haertel and Stefan Avenarius and Norbert Teig and Peter A Groneck and Dirk Olbertz and C. Robert Roll and Matthias Vochem and Ursula Weller and Axel von der Wense and Christian Wieg and Juergen Wintgens and Michael Preuss and Andreas Ziegler and Bernhard Roth and Egbert Herting},
  journal={Acta paediatrica},
  year={2015},
  volume={104 3},
  pages={241-6}
}
AIM Providing less invasive surfactant administration (LISA) to spontaneously breathing preterm infants has been reported to reduce mechanical ventilation and bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) in randomised controlled trials. This large cohort study compared these outcome measures between LISA-treated infants and controls. METHODS Infants receiving LISA, who were born before 32 gestational weeks and enrolled in the German Neonatal Network, were matched to control infants by gestational age… CONTINUE READING
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