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Provide Feedback to new Guidance for Management of Extreme Preterm Infants


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This new guidance is going to be published in Australia.

Have your say: Managing extremely preterm birth at 22-25 weeks’ gestation

To help give babies born extremely early the best chance of surviving, we have developed evidence-based clinical guidance to manage pregnant women and their babies.

Babies born between 22+0 to 24+6 weeks’ gestation require intensive support for months after birth and those who survive are at risk of disabilities including problems with walking, talking, thinking, seeing and hearing. 

How we manage at-risk women and extremely preterm babies varies across the state, as do outcomes for these babies.

How to provide feedback

The draft guidance is now available for feedback before Friday 14 August 2020.
After reading our draft guidance and supporting documents, take our quick survey

 

https://www.bettersafercare.vic.gov.au/news-and-media/have-your-say-extreme-prematurity-guidance

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