Tag Archives: Nitric Oxide

Happy New Review no. 2; Inhaled NO in the full term infant

We have also updated the Cochrane review of inhaled NO in the term infant. (Barrington KJ, Finer N, Pennaforte T, Altit G. Nitric oxide for respiratory failure in infants born at or near term. Cochrane database of systematic reviews (Online). … Continue reading

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Happy New Year! And Happy Reading; an update of the Cochrane review: nitric oxide in the preterm

A major revision of the Cochrane review of inhaled nitric oxide gas in the preterm infant is now available. (Barrington KJ, Finer N, Pennaforte T. Inhaled nitric oxide for respiratory failure in preterm infants. Cochrane database of systematic reviews (Online). … Continue reading

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Off-label NO: No… or Yes?

Recent articles about off-label use of inhaled Nitric Oxide (iNO) in the preterm infant shows that such use is : a. extremely variable from one center to another, (Truog WE, et al. Inhaled nitric oxide usage in preterm infants in … Continue reading

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NO, not diaphragmatic Hernias!

Many of you will know that I am responsible for the inhaled NO systematic review in the Cochrane database.  One part of that review examines the data for iNO use in infants with diaphragmatic hernia. Unfortunately there were only about … Continue reading

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Inhaled Nitric Oxide in Preterms

Kinsella JP, Cutter GR, Steinhorn RH, Nelin LD, Walsh WF, Finer NN, et al. Noninvasive Inhaled Nitric Oxide Does Not Prevent Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia in Premature Newborns. The Journal of pediatrics. 2014. My Cochrane review (which is in the process of being … Continue reading

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Pluto, not just a planet anymore.

Or should that be, not even a planet… One other thing I wanted to mention about the PLUTO trial is the entry criterion. The main entry criterion was the presence of clear lower urinary tract obstruction in a male fetus, … Continue reading

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