Length of time from extubation to cardiorespiratory death in neonatal intensive care patients and assessment of suitability for organ donation
Objective: A common concern for parents when end of life decisions are made is the length of time their baby may take to die. Postcardiac death organ donation is now becoming more common, along with neonatal organ donation. The aim was to determine the length of time from extubation until cardiorespiratory death (CRD) in neonatal intensive care patients and consideration of potential organ donation. Design: Retrospective review of medical records of neonates who died in a neonatal intensive...[Show more]
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