#001 - Journal Club en español!

#001 - Journal Club en español!


Estamos muy contentos de anunciar finalmente el lanzamiento de nuestro primer episodio de Journal Club en español.
Gracias a nuestro increíble equipo por hacer esto posible y específicamente a Marla Fortoul, Valentina Giraldo y Laura Molina nuestras increíbles anfitrionas para este nuevo programa.

La lista de artículos para este primer episodio se puede encontrar a continuación:

We are very excited to finally announce the release of our first episode of Journal Club in Spanish. Thank you to our amazing team for making this happen and specifically to Marla Fortoul, Valentina Giraldo and Laura Molina our amazing hosts for this new show. The list of articles for this first episodes can be found below:

Nasal High-Flow Therapy during Neonatal Endotracheal Intubation | NEJM
Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Nasal High-Flow Therapy during Neonatal Endotracheal Intubation
Oxygenation Factors Associated with Retinopathy of Prematurity in Infants of Extremely Low Birth Weight - PubMed
Severe ROP is associated with greater FiO<sub>2</sub> exposure, increased iatrogenic hyperoxemia, decreased ambient air hyperoxemia, and increased hypoxemia in infants of extremely low birth weight despite a greater frequency of FiO<sub>2</sub> titration. This study illustrates the need for automate…
NHFOV vs NCPAP vs NIPPV as Postextubation Support in Preterm Neonates
This randomized clinical trial compares the total duration of invasive mechanical ventilation, need for reintubation, and ventilator-free days associated with noninvasive high-frequency oscillatory ventilation, nasal continuous positive airway pressure, and nasal intermittent positive pressure...
Comparison of neonatal morbidity and mortality between single-room and open-bay care: a retrospective cohort study - PubMed
Implementation of single-rooms in our NICU did not lead to a significant reduction in neonatal morbidity and mortality outcomes.
Trends in the use of non-invasive respiratory support for term infants in tertiary neonatal units in Australia and New Zealand - PubMed
Non-invasive respiratory support use to treat term infants cared for in NICUs within the ANZNN is increasing over time. Clinicians should be diligent in selecting infants most likely to benefit from treatment with non-invasive respiratory support in this relatively low-risk population of term newbor…