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  • End-of-Life Care and Survival without Major Brain Damage in Newborns at the Limit of Viability. [Journal Article]
  • NNeonatology 2016 Nov 29; 111(3):234-239
  • García-Muñoz Rodrigo F, Urquía Martí L, … SEN1500 Network of the Spanish Neonatal Society
  • CONCLUSIONS: The proportion of survivors without MBD, when referred to the total number of survivors, is relatively high and is independent of GA. EoL decisions after the occurrence of MBD seem to play an important role in this respect. These results support the attitude of "giving an opportunity" even to the most immature patients, if this is in accordance with the parents' wishes.
  • Less Neutrophil Extracellular Trap Formation in Term Newborns than in Adults. [Journal Article]
  • NNeonatology 2016 Nov 25; 111(2):182-188
  • Lipp P, Ruhnau J, … Heckmann M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The lower NET formation observed in term infants compared to adults likely contributes to the reduced neonatal immune response. NET formation appeared to be even further decreased in late preterm neonates. There remains a need for further investigations of NET formation in more immature preterm infants.
  • Feasibility of Laryngeal Mask Airway Device Placement in Neonates. [Journal Article]
  • NNeonatology 2016 Nov 19; 111(3):222-227
  • Wanous AA, Wey A, … Roberts KD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Successful placement was achieved in the majority of patients in <35 s and required only one attempt. Physiologic parameters were maintained close to baseline, measured by minimal fluctuation in heart rate and SaO2 during the procedure. Placement of the LMA is feasible in neonates.
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