Is Chest Compression Superimposed with Sustained Inflation During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation an Alternative to 3:1 Compression to Ventilation Ratio in Newborn Infants?

Approximately 0.1% for term and 10–15% of preterm infants receive chest compression (CC) in the delivery room, with high incidence of mortality and neurologic impairment. The poor prognosis associated with receiving CC in the delivery room has raised concerns as to whether specifically-tailored card...

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Main Authors: Seung Yeon Kim, Gyu-Hong Shim, Georg M. Schmölzer
Format: Article
Published: MDPI AG 2021-02-01
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