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Failure to extubate after steroid treatment

This study – led by Alain Cuna, from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, looked at what happened to babies with lung problems whose breathing tubes were unable to be removed (failed to extubate) even after a course of systemic corticosteroids. … Continue reading

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Unplanned extubation – what are the risk factors

New-born babies often have tubes stuck in them to provide them with food, water and oxygen. Putting them in is called intubation while taking them out is called extubation. Unplanned extubation occurs when tubes have to be taken – or … Continue reading

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