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The CAP babies are now 11

I was privileged to be part of the CAP trial group, a pivotal neonatal trial that showed improved Bayley scores and improved motor function at 18 to 21 months corrected age, among infants randomized before 10 days of age, with … Continue reading

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Caffeine protects the lungs

From the CAP trial we know that caffeine administration leads to less bronchopulmonary dysplasia. The question is how? The mechanism could help to design other studies, or help in a decision about clinical use where the question hasn’t been directly … Continue reading

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