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    Alok
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    Sharma
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    Consultant Neonatologist
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    Princess Anne Hospital Southampton UK
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  1. MultiProfessional Neonatal Education (MPROvE Academy) We have a number of toolkits for people who would like to do QI in neonatal care on www.mproveacademy.com and have a number of videos on a variety of neonatal procedures on the MPROvE video channel above. We have also added difficult neonatal airway and videolaryngoscopy videos. These can be used for training purposes. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC22LMIG5Bwqhreic_DFHATw Best Wishes Dr Alok Sharma Consultant Neonatologist Princess Anne Hospital Southampton UK
  2. Please note we dont use intubation drugs for either LISA or INSURE. Suxamethonium is very short acting but we only use our preintubation drugs where we plan not to extubate immediately. I would not routinely sedate and paralyse a baby I was planning to insure. I simply dont buy the argument that the use of Fentanyl at 0.5 microgram per kg has any analgesic effect for the patient. It might do for the nurses looking after the baby. If you want to use analgesia during intubation best use it properly to have an analgesic effect. Alok
  3. We use standard Premade intubation drugs for all elective intubations but nothing for Lisa
  4. A first look at the programme for the European Neonatal Ethics Conference 2019 Final Programme.pdf Final Programme.docx
  5. Dear Colleagues, We had published the first quality improvement exercise called Project NIK (aimed at standardising the intubation process in neonates) 8 weeks agao. This includes how to standardise premedications and human factors in elective intubation. We have now developed the 2nd quality improvement exercise called Difficult Neonatal Airway management which looks at standardisation of teams, approach when you encounter difficulties with face mask ventilation, intubation or the placement of the airway adjuncts in neonates. There are 9 modules with a number of videos to access for training purposes. Dr Alok Sharma Consultant Neonates Southampton
  6. We are using it for 34 weeks and above
  7. Dear Colleagues, We are organizing a Difficult Neonatal Airway Course in Southampton on the 23rd of April 2019. The course addresses Newer methodologies in neonatal intubation using videolaryngoscopy Glidescope use in neonates Sedation for Videolaryngoscopy Sedation and paralysis in neonatal airway management The Vortex Approach and its applicability Developing difficult neonatal airway algorithms for your environment DNA trolleys Choosing your VL .....and lots more For more details go to Difficult Neonatal Airway Course Southampton Course Details
  8. Dear Stefan We are doing PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON premade intubation drugs (Project NIK) and have collected data on 168 interventions with the combination of Fentanyl Atropine Suxamethonium. More details here https://www.mproveacademy.com/quality-mprovement/toolkits Register and click on Toolkit 1 elective neonatal intubation
  9. The European Neonatal Ethics Conference is one of the premier events discussing issues involving ethical care around a variety of aspects in neonatal care. It is held every 3 years and is being held in Southampton United Kingdom this year. Besides addressing a number of different topics including issues of neonatal palliative care, organ donation and extremes of viability it is opportunity to share ethical practice across Europe. Venue -St Mary's Stadium Southampton UK Dates 14th & 15th November 2019 Initial Flyer Call for Abstracts-We are calling for abstracts for oral presentations, poster presentations, debates and round table discussions. More details are available here Website-http://www.wonepedu.com/NeoEthics-Conference.html Video-
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