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  1. So I've seen LISA done once, I've now done it once, next is to roll it out unit wide in our NICU. See one, do one, teach one, right? I'd like to hear from those of you that have been doing LISA/ MIST for a while now. What is the best tip you have? What do you know now that you wish you had known when you first did LISA? What barriers to implementation did you have when you started? Any feedback is welcome. Also, I made a video for our nurses and respiratory therapists to just introduce the idea. Not too in depth, but something to get our education rolling. See what you think.
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  2. We are posting this on behalf of the company Orphanix, partner of the 99nicu Meetup in Copenhagen 2019. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Would you like to participate in a small study about intravenous vitamin A? Vitamin A (retinol) has shown to be effective in preventing BPD according to the recent Cochrane Metaanalysis (Darlow 2016). That is why it is practically in all major guidelines. Unfortunately, there is no vitamin A product available that is suitable for preterm infants. The company Orphanix has developed a vitamin A formulation specifically for preterm in
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  3. Check out the , now for the first time as a Virtual Meeting. More info on the attached PDF. Visit the web site for more info and to register: https://www.epiclatino.co/in-english
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  4. Hello all! I am a neonatologist, working at the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm. We reviewed our ETT fixation strategies during 2017-2019 in a Quality Improvement Project. We generally nasally intubate our infants, from week 22-term infants. We looked at devices, and were especially interested in the NeoBAR, NeoFit and an attractive method used in England with a clip (can´t recall just now what it was called) but all these were more suitable for oral ETT. After this ploughing of the market for devices and tapes, we decided that improving our taping technique with a new tap
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  5. Dear all, Karolinska University Hospital has published their tube taping practise on Youtube. @Karolinska and Anna Gudmundsdottir - thanks so much for sharing! Nasal tube fixation Oral tube fixation
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