Oxygenation with T-piece versus self-inflating bag for ventilation of extremely preterm infants at birth: a randomized controlled trial.
AuthorsDawson, Jennifer A
Schmölzer, Georg M
Kamlin, C Omar F
Te Pas, Arjan B
O'Donnell, Colm P F
Donath, Susan M
Davis, Peter G
Morley, Colin J
AffiliationNewborn Services, The Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia. firstname.lastname@example.org
Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Newborn
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CitationOxygenation with T-piece versus self-inflating bag for ventilation of extremely preterm infants at birth: a randomized controlled trial. 2011, 158 (6):912-918.e1-2 J. Pediatr.
PublisherThe Journal of pediatrics
JournalThe Journal of pediatrics
AbstractTo investigate whether infants < 29 weeks gestation who receive positive pressure ventilation (PPV) immediately after birth with a T-piece have higher oxygen saturation (SpO₂) measurements at 5 minutes than infants ventilated with a self inflating bag (SIB).
SponsorsTeer Meulen Fund, national health Medical Research CouncilPractitioner Fellowship, Monash International Postgrad Research Scholarship, Australian National Health and Medical Research Council Program Grant (384100)