Efficancy and Safety of Bubble CPAP in Preterm Neonates: A Literature Review
Megan Kate Daniels, SN, Breen School of Nursing, Ursuline College, Pepper Pike, Ohio, USA
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Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS) is a common and often fatal complication for preterm infants due to a surfactant deficiency and immature lung development. Bubble CPAP decreases extubation failure rates and ventilator dependence, enhances survival, and improves Silverman Andersen respiratory severity scores compared to alternative treatment methods.
Leadership Connection 2018: Transformative Nursing Leadership, September 15-18, 2018. Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
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