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About keithbarrington

I am a neonatologist and clinical researcher and chief of service at Sainte Justine University Health Center in Montréal

Not neonatology : the antipodes, week 6. Lake Tekapo and Christchurch

Week 6 was, too quickly, our final week in New Zealand, and we moved back to the interior of the North Island. Lake Tekapo is a Glacial Lake which gives it a milky turquoise colour. It is also in a … Continue reading

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Getting Better

Brett Manley, and a group of the CAP investigators, including yours truly, have just published an article about the long term cognitive testing results of the trial subjects. (Manley BJ, Roberts RS, Doyle LW, Schmidt B, Anderson PJ, Barrington KJ, … Continue reading

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Back to Blogging

Hello everyone, as we return slowly to Montréal, with a little stop-off on the way for an excellent conference in San Diego (Cool Topics in Neonatology, organised by my good friend Yvonne Vaucher), I am starting to see time and … Continue reading

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Internet Access Issues

Just a note to let everyone know that I have not fallen off the planet, even though we are on the bottom half, we are well stuck on. No internet access at the last place, and none next week either. … Continue reading

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Not neonatology: the antipodes week 5. Te Anau, Mount Luxmore, and the Otago peninsula

We moved on again last week, spent a few days at Te Anau, which is just east of fiordland, in the southern part of the south island. From here we were able to go on a trip to cruise on … Continue reading

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Not Neonatology: Baby Birds! Aaaah..

Some of you may recently have seen a partially completed blog post, that accidentally got emailed out to people. It was actually a draft of a post for my son’s blog (I should add that apparently what Axel photographed as … Continue reading

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Shining a Light on Brain Oxygenation

A few years ago I was at a conference, where Gorm Greisen made a comment, after a talk I had given, that we really needed RCTs of new monitoring techniques, and specifically NIRS. Proving that a new technique actually improved … Continue reading

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