Normative blood pressure data in non-ventilated premature neonates 28-36 weeks gestation
Blood pressure (BP) measurement in the premature neonate is an essential component of neonatal intensive care. Despite significant advances in neonatal care, the data available on BP in the premature neonate are limited. The aim of this study was to determine normative BP measurements for non-ventilated stable premature neonates of gestation age 28-36 weeks in the first month of life using an oscillometric method. Neonates born at 28-36 weeks gestation who did not require ventilation for >24 h...[Show more]
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