Neonatal resuscitation of extremely low birthweight infants: a survey of practice in Italy

@inproceedings{Trevisanuto2006NeonatalRO,
  title={Neonatal resuscitation of extremely low birthweight infants: a survey of practice in Italy},
  author={Daniele Trevisanuto and Nicoletta Doglioni and Paola Ferrarese and Renata Bortolus and Vincenzo Zanardo},
  year={2006}
}
Delivery room management of extremely low birthweight infants (ELBWIs) has been little studied. A questionnaire was sent to the heads of the 86 Italian neonatal intensive care units provided with on site delivery. The practice of and approach to the resuscitation of ELBWIs were very different among the centres surveyed, reflecting a paucity of evidence and consequent uncertainty among clinicians. 

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