Advances in Respiratory Care of the Newborn, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology

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Elsevier Health Sciences, Oct 1, 2012 - Medical - 240 pages
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Top authors were selected to write clinical review articles devoted to Advances in Respiratory Care of the Newborn. Articles are devoted to: Effects of chorioamnionitis on lung function and growth; Delivery room respiratory management of the term and preterm infant; CPAP or INSURE for initial respiratory support; Which CPAP is best?; Non-invasive respiratory support; Volume limited and volume targeted ventilation; Weaning from mechanical ventilation; Predictors of bronchopulmonary dysplasia; Brain Injury in Chronically Ventilated Preterm Neonates: Collateral Damage Related to Ventilation Strategy; The Pulmonary Circulation in Respiratory Failure; Novel methods for assessment of right heart structure and function in pulmonary hypertension; Control of oxygenation; Non-invasive monitoring by photoplethysmography; Cell-based strategies to reconstitute lung function in infants with severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia; Permissive Hypercapnea; Prevention of BPD with Nitric Oxide; and Aero-digestive pulmonary disorders in the neonate.

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Delivery Room Respiratory Management of the Term
Preterm Infant Effects of Chorioamnionitis on the Fetal Lung
Which Continuous Positive Airway Pressure System
Best forthePreterm Infant withRespiratory Distress
VolumeLimited and VolumeTargeted Ventilation
Synchronized Mechanical Ventilation Using Electrical
Activity ofthe Diaphragmin Neonates Weaning Infants from Mechanical Ventilation
Noninvasive Monitoring by Photoplethysmography
Predictors of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
Clinical Effectiveness andSafetyof Permissive
Can Nitric OxideBased Therapy Prevent
Pathophysiologyof Aerodigestive Pulmonary Disorders
The PulmonaryCirculationin Neonatal Respiratory
CellBased Strategiesto ReconstituteLung Functionin
Brain Injury in Chronically Ventilated Preterm Neonates

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