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Neonatal Resuscitation: Scientific Basis Miami Neonatology 2019—43rd Annual International Conference

Extremely preterm infants are unique among neonates. Satyan Lakshminrusimha, MD, discusses asphyxia and resuscitation, while reviewing the clinical and translational science and current guidelines in the care of these preterm infants. Dr. Lakshminrusimha elaborates on the vital elements of effective neonatal resuscitation, cord clamping and milking, decreasing the risk of IVH, and the optimum oxygen levels for initial resuscitation of extremely preterm infants. Recommended umbilical vein epinephrine dosing is reviewed for more effective resuscitation.

Full credit for this course is earned by viewing the video as well as reflecting individually on or discussing as a group the Additional Content for Discussion.

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