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  1. This might be useful to some, covers paediatrics and some neonates. "Waiting until 48 hours to stop antibiotic therapy in all children is an outdated approach. Research shows that 90% of bacteria will have grown by 24 hours and 95% by 36 hours. In children with low BSI suspicion, stopping antibiotics at 24–36 hours with good safety-netting advice avoids unnecessary hospitalisation without jeopardising patient safety" https://ep.bmj.com/content/edpract/106/4/244.full.pdf Just for fun.......anyone stopping at 24 hours?
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  2. I would love to, but we mostly work per the outdated approach
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  3. Fantastic put together webinar by neonatal transport Seneo work neonatal transport group. Here are some favorite suggestions. 🔷Ear Muffs 🔷Air mattress 🔷Blanky with mum swell 🔷Fuzzy toy. 🔷Thank the Drivers : Be aware of G force driver have take with sudden break. 🔹Consider 🚑 design allow all to have a better transport experience. From my perspective it was Interesting the neonatal transport Landscape is diverse from the pioneering region Catalonia that NICU/PICU in 1995(🟢) to other regions that don’t. For example, Galicia have a private providers. Madrid & Valencia have dedicated Neonatal teams ( light 🔵). Some team's like the Balear region team have available helicopters/planes. Below is map showing the situation.Regions in 🛑 done by regional Emergency Teams. Benchmarking there work in a effort to improve the quality, provide constructive feedback and find ways to better ways to collaborate. Benchmarking and humanize care are interlinked with each other. They also underlined that need to keep in constant communication between the transport teams and the coordination hub.
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  4. Thanks for sharing! Looks like plenty of tips to improve the transport experience for families!
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  5. Also looking to put together an IVH prevention/neuro care bundle. Happy to share what I put together. Hannah.cousins@belfasttrust.hscni.net
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  6. I know an ANNP who is looking at this for her dissertation- I can send on your contact details if you like?
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