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A randomized trial comparing oxygen delivery on intermittent positive pressure with nasal cannulae versus facial mask in neonatal primary resuscitation



A randomized trial comparing oxygen delivery on intermittent positive pressure with nasal cannulae versus facial mask in neonatal primary resuscitation



Acta Paediatrica 94(2): 197-200



Aim: To compare, in a prospective clinical trial, oxygen delivery on intermittent positive pressure with nasal cannulae versus facial mask in primary resuscitation of the newborn with moderate asphyxia. Methods: 617 neonates with moderate asphyxia at birth were randomized: 303 were resuscitated by oxygen on intermittent positive pressure with nasal cannuale and 314 neonates by mask.

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Accession: 011704788

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PMID: 15981754

DOI: 10.1111/j.1651-2227.2005.tb01890.x


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