Beyond sweetness and warmth: transition of the preterm infant
Keeping babies warm and sweet after birth has been a long-held goal for those that care for the newborn, particularly very preterm babies. Add to this, adequate oxygenation and it would seem that the baby is set up for an uneventful passage through the special-care baby unit. Recent innovations have included continuous positive airways pressure, and prophylactic surfactant administration with the transitional care processes. As the urgency to lock in these measures at...[Show more]
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|Source:||Archives of Disease in Childhood - Fetal and Neonatal Edition|
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