Tag Archives: Resuscitation

Death In Simulation

Our group at Sainte Justine has just published an article, now available on-line in Pediatrics. (Lizotte M-H, Latraverse V, Moussa A, Lachance C, Barrington K, Janvier A. Trainee Perspectives on Manikin Death During Mock Codes. Pediatrics. 2015) We had originally … Continue reading

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Keep people like this away from the NICU

After my novel-length post earlier, a quick rant. In the few weeks since the NICHD ‘before 24’ paper came out there have been a number of newspaper articles reporting the results, and responses to them. A report in the National … Continue reading

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Delayed Cord Clamping re-re-visited

I have been trying to develop some sort of protocol for babies in our center, so I have been reading in some detail the studies about very preterm births and cord clamping that are in the literature. It seems from … Continue reading

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Should we resuscitate children?

I am going to be deliberately provocative today… for a change. A very interesting study from Japan has reported the results of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in children. Goto Y, et al. Decision tree model for predicting long-term outcomes in children with … Continue reading

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The Swedish Express

To follow on somewhat from the last post, I wanted to discuss the most recent data from the Swedish EXPRESS study. If you remember, this study has examined the outcomes of less than 27 weeks babies from across Sweden, and … Continue reading

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Ventilating babies during resuscitation

Three recent-(ish) articles examining how we should ventilate babies and monitor what we are doing. Milner A, Murthy V, Bhat P, Fox G, Campbell ME, Milner AD, et al. Evaluation of respiratory function monitoring at the resuscitation of prematurely born … Continue reading

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Executive Function?

Raju TNK, Mercer BM, Burchfield DJ, Joseph GF. Periviable birth: executive summary of a Joint Workshop by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, American Academy of Pediatrics, and American College … Continue reading

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