respiratory
Medicines

Study challenges premature baby care


An increase in the use of “gentler” less invasive breathing support for premature babies over the last quarter of a century hasn’t translated to better respiratory function in the long-term, Victorian research concludes. The study by the Victorian Infant Collaborative Study Group followed all extremely preterm infants (22 to 27 weeks gestation) born in the state during ...

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