Interesting comments

I get a small number of comments on the blog, almost always interesting, depending on how you view the content you may not have noticed them.

Three of my recent posts have stimulated some comments that are worthwhile: If you click on the links below, it should open an individual page with the comments at the bottom, and my replies if there are any.

Please feel free to leave comments on my posts, your first comment will have to be approved by me, in order to avoid spam. WordPress filters out a lot of spam (hundreds and hundreds of comments that come from weird people who have invented automated comment posts for blogs from places such as and but there are still a few that get through that I have to delete manually. I will approve any comment that is from a real person, relevant to the purposes of the blog, and is not abusive. Even if I disagree with you!


The death knell for Xenon?

How-frequent-is-acute-kidney-injury-in-the-NICU? Not-as-frequent-as-some-publications-would-have-you-believe

And here is one comment from a parent

A new publication

About Keith Barrington

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