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Nasal CPAP and facial Palsy

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#1 hehady


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Posted 12 September 2008 - 10:11 PM

A new article is going to be released soon on facial nerve palsy as a complication of flow driver CPAP in ELBW infants by Maffei G, et al. J Perinat Med 36 (2008).

Did experinece this complication in your practice?