Airway clearance in a neonatal intensive care unit: A retrospective study
Brandi Rene Harbin, BSN; Ellise Adams, PhD -- College of Nursing, The University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, Alabama, USA
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The retrospective, descriptive study will be used to determine current practices and related outcomes for suctioning neonates. Correlation of variables will assist with understanding the associated risks related to airway clearance in the NICU. The data collected may be sufficient to identify practices of neonatal suctioning and improve patient outcomes.
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