I like the european consensus in management of CDH really it is very nice and helpful
#### also there is new modality which we are trying to use it which is applying VG with HFOV(1-3 ml/kg)
CDH EURO Consortium Consensus.pdf
I would like to cordially invite you to join the NAVA ventilation workshops in Turku, Finland. The goal of this event is to increase skills on the use of NAVA ventilation in
the NICUs, which already have some experience of NAVA and they have a Servo-i or Servo-n ventilator. We have last 5 places available!
Location: Turku, Finland
Registration fee: 600€ + taxes (incl. lunches and refreshments during the workshops)
How to register: contact Hanna Soukka (email@example.com or NAVA@tyks.fi before November 30, 2018)
I've attached the preliminary program- check it out! In case of any questions, don't hesitate to ask here or email!
On behalf of Hanna Soukka and Baby Friendly Ventilation Study Group,
NAVA workshop January 2019 invitation letter and preliminary program.pdf
To be fair over ventilation/hypocapneia would be a very strong indication for extubation (the whole point of cooling is to save the brain, after all) however, in my experience this is exceedingly uncommon
i agree, would not necessarily ventilate a baby just for cooling - unless maybe they were particularly agitated, had PPHN or other problem
Controversially, I don't see a problem with extubating during cooling, particularly if baby breathing spontaneously or struggling with overventilation.
Anyone fancy pooling some data and comparing practices in different places?