The interfacility transport of critically ill newborns.

  title={The interfacility transport of critically ill newborns.},
  author={Hilary E. Whyte and Ann L Jefferies},
  journal={Paediatrics & child health},
  volume={20 5},
The practice of paediatric/neonatal interfacility transport continues to expand. Transport teams have evolved into mobile intensive care units capable of delivering state-of-the-art critical care during paediatric and neonatal transport. While outcomes are best for high-risk infants born in a tertiary care setting, high-risk mothers often cannot be safely transferred. Their newborns may then have to be transported to a higher level of care following birth. The present statement reviews issues… CONTINUE READING
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