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spartacus007

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    Alok
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    Princess Anne Hospital Southampton UK
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  1. Bowel distension May push the diaphragm up but should not effect the vertebral position IVC is retroperitoneal
  2. Has the UVC been secured properly and is it still at the appropriate marking Alok
  3. Dear Colleagues, I am attaching a link to the website for the European Neonatal Ethics Conference here. We now have the final programme There are still a few places left and you can register on https://www.eventbee.com/v/neonatalethicsconference#/tickets 250 registrations from 44 countries 20 International Speakers 12 Workshops #ENEC2019 Debates Round Tables 50 Abstracts Every Continent ENEC 2019 Final Programme.pdf
  4. Video about "Pneumothorax - Early Diagnosis and Management-Pathophysiology"
  5. Go to www.mproveacademy.com register and look at toolkits lots of checklists and videos you will get in this regard
  6. I believe parents must always have a choice with as much as we can give them. There is subjectivity in a lot of our interpretation. I agree culture and society must and will influence norms. I worry about not offering treatment choices because they are traumatic or may cause suffering. There is then the interpretation of suffering. Do we all agree on an opinion of what is invasive or traumatic. The problem is there is subjectivity to how this is interpreted by different health professionals within a team. You can sell it to parents whatever way you like and actually that becomes the truth for them. The question then is how much suffering is too much suffering. There is then whether the treatment reaches a threshold of harm or whether it is outweighed by the risk of an adverse neurodevelopmental outcome that you can never be definitive about. I find this this very difficult. My main worry about health professionals making decisions in such circumstances is that our fatigue and inability to provide definition to the problem or show ourselves and parents improvement means we call it. That in my opinion is a paternal Approach. I accept your argument that a ceiling is needed and I wonder whether this best done by consensus amongst the team and parents.
  7. http://www.wonepedu.com/ENEC_2019_Programme.pdf Abstracts published ENEC 2019 Programme.pdf
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  9. 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
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