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Natascha Pramhofer

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About Natascha Pramhofer

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    Natascha
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    Pramhofer
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    Pediatric Resident
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    Kepler University Hospital
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    Linz, Austria

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  1. For preterm infants born before 32 weeks postmenstrual age the point of assessment is at 36 weeks postmenstrual age (or at discharge, whichever comes first). For preterm infants born ≥ 32 weeks postmenstral age you assess at >28 days (but <56 days postnatal age or at discharge home, whichever comes first). Then you have to consider the treatment with oxygen >21% for at least 28 d plus for mild BPD: Breathing room air at 36 weeks postmenstrual age/by >28days (<56 days) age or at discharge, whichever comes first for moderate BPD: Need for<30% at 36 weeks postm
  2. Dear colleagues! There is a burning question on my mind. Has anybody done one oft these two part-time distance learning MSc programs - MSc Neonatology (University of Southampton - https://www.southampton.ac.uk/courses/neonatology-masters-msc) or MSc Neonatal Medicine (Cardiff University - https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught/courses/course/neonatal-medicine-msc-part-time)? If so, what was your experience with it? Would you do it all over again? Was it worth its money? Was it compatible with working full-time? Initially I wanted to join a PhD program, but unfortunately
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