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  1. For months I've been dreaming to have a possibility to work from my sofa in my pyjamas. Now my dreams are coming true 😅 I keep hearing from people "oh but there's nothing you can do about it!" and it just triggers me. We can all contribute to improve the safety of the most fragile citizens by undertaking some measures. At least in this sense we are not completely "powerless"!
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  2. https://trends.hms.harvard.edu/2020/03/31/covid-19-separating-infected-mothers-from-newborns-weighing-the-risks-and-benefits/ Melissa Bartick just posted this on the Harvard “trends” blog - weighing risk/benefit similarly
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  3. Please also see the results that we have in this matter in Vietnam in journal of antibiotics https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213716519301456 and in Plos one and help suggest strategies for how to manage the high rates of colonized children/neonates in South east Asia before it is spread to other parts of the globe.
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  4. Great post! And I admit I had to Google that hashtag ... and found https://staythefuckhome.com/
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  5. I cannot access the full text from home, but it strikes me that intermittent hypoxia is, at best, a surrogate for the clinical indication I and my colleagues have done trials of post-pyloric feeding in this patient population. As you say, practices vary, so perhaps I'm an outlier, but I use post-pyloric feeding for the very specific subpopulation of BPD patients for whom I am trying to modulate the mode of support (eg wean the baby who is 'stuck' on a low level of CPAP or a HFNC from positive pressure to a low flow canula that can be weaned on an outpatient basis). These trials of post-pylor
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