Statement on the care of the child with chronic lung disease of infancy and childhood.
Chronic lung disease after premature birth.
Re-hospitalization in infants younger than 29 weeks’ gestation in the EPIPAGE cohort.
Bronchopulmonary dysplasia in very low birth weight subjects and lung function in late adolescence.
Longitudinal Evaluation of Airway Function 21 Years after Preterm Birth
Volume-targeted versus pressure-limited ventilation for preterm infants: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Positive end expiratory pressure for preterm infants requiring conventional mechanical ventilation for respiratory distress syndrome or bronchopulmonary dysplasia.
Anaesthetic management of the child with co-existing pulmonary disease
Neonatal subglottic stenosis–incidence and trends.
Incidence of severe acquired subglottic stenosis in newborns.
Association of postoperative apnea, airway obstruction, and hypoxemia in former premature infants.
Postoperative apnea in preterm infants.
Apnea of prematurity: from cause to treatment.
Postoperative apnea in former preterm infants after inguinal herniorrhaphy. A combined analysis.
Age Terminology During the Perinatal Period
Spinal Anesthesia for Surgery in the High-Risk Infant.
Postoperative apnea, bradycardia, and oxygen desaturation in formerly premature infants: prospective comparison of spinal and general anesthesia.
Post-operative recovery after inguinal herniotomy in ex-premature infants: comparison between sevoflurane and spinal anaesthesia.
Postoperative apnea in former preterm infants: prospective comparison of spinal and general anesthesia.
Anemia and postoperative apnea in former preterm infants.
Blood transfusion in anemic infants with apnea of prematurity.
High-dose caffeine suppresses postoperative apnea in former preterm infants.
Prospective comparison of sevoflurane and desflurane in formerly premature infants undergoing inguinal herniotomy.
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