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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



Yearbook of Neonatal and Perinatal Medicine 2006: 54-55




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DOI: 10.1016/s8756-5005(08)70226-9


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