Intensive Care and the Surgical Neonate

Chapter

Abstract

This chapter examines the role of the Intensive Care Unit in the management of the surgical neonate. It discusses some of the techniques that are used and looks at the requirements of some specific neonatal conditions.

Keywords

Intensive care and the Surgical Neonate Ventilation Newborn surgery 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Jackson Rees Department of Paediatric AnaesthesiaNHS Foundation Trust, Alder Hey Children’s HospitalLiverpoolUK

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