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2018-10-05

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Joanna D. Costa, Sandeep Sadashiv, Jennifer Hesler, Robert G. Locke, Thomas J. Blackson, Amy B. Mackley

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OBJECTIVE: The study aim was to identify the frequency with which tidal volumes were achieved in a target range in infants requiring positive pressure ventilation on emergency transport. STUDY DESIGN: We performed a prospective observational study of infants requiring continued positive pressure ventilation during emergency transport after resuscitation and stabilization. Blindly recorded data were analyzed for percentage of breaths that were below range, in range, and above desired range of 4-6 mL/kg. RESULT: Fourteen patients were monitored during transport from the delivery room to the neonatal intensive care unit, and 15 patients were monitored during inter-facility transport. During delivery room transport, 21 and 7% of patients were in target range greater than 50 and 90% of the time, respectively. During inter-hospital transport, 60 and 7% of patients were in target range greater than 50 and 90% of the time, respectively. CONCLUSION: Clinical assessment of appropriate ventilation is difficult and often inaccurate during emergency neonatal transport. Improved monitoring of respiratory function to guide clinical status during transport is necessary. More investigation and implementation are urgently needed. More... »

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