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We would like to invite all members to participate in a short survey on probiotics. As you know, probiotics are commonly given to preterm infants to reduce the risk of necrotizing enterocolitis. However, in many countries there is a lack of a product designed specifically for preterm infants. 99nicu was approached by an independent and non-profit project that aims to provide such a dedicated probiotics formulation for preterm infants. The survey takes about 5 minutes to complete. All information provided will be treated confidentially. Please use this URL to respond to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/STFZTZD
Dear 99nicu Member, We are an international academic research team comprised of clinicians, designers, engineers, and analysts coordinated from Seattle Children’s Research Institute. We are seeking your input as part of a landscape assessment survey about the current non-invasive respiratory support technologies used around the world. Our goal is to use the survey data to inform design and development priorities for durable non-invasive neonatal and pediatric respiratory support systems that are suitable for less-resourced healthcare settings. We expect also to publish the results and provide the de-identified raw data to the global community for further analysis. Your can begin the survey by clicking on this the link here: https://redcap.iths.org/surveys/?s=CTNmMyKedr or copying and pasting the link into your web browser address bar and pressing Enter. If you have colleagues who might be interested in taking part in the survey, especially clinicians working in low and middle income countries, please forward them the survey link and ask them to consider taking the survey! The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete, depending on your answers, and is anonymous. You can leave your contact information separately at the very end of the survey, and we will do our best to stay in touch as we analyze the data. The survey has been reviewed by our IRB. Thank you for your time and support. Sincerely, The Pediatric Respiratory Support Research Team