Resuscitation of the newborn
It is estimated that 3–5% of newborn infants (about 4–7 million infants worldwide annually) require resuscitation at birth, making this one of the most commonly performed medical interventions .
KeywordsContinuous Positive Airway Pressure Positive Pressure Ventilation Delivery Room Neonatal Resuscitation Meconium Aspiration Syndrome
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