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Study: CPAP has lower failure rate than high-flow

Critical Care SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

Continuous positive airway pressure may be more effective in premature infants with respiratory distress than nasal high-flow therapy, according to a study in the New England Journal of Medicine. Data showed the overall treatment failure rate for infants in the CPAP group was 13.3%, compared with 25.5% in the nasal high-flow therapy group. MedPage Today (free registration) (09/21)


Emory hospitals to open remote ICU in Australia

Critical Care SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

Palliative consults can help nursing home residents

Critical Care SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

Telemedicine may help save money, improve quality

Critical Care SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

Quality-related lab errors costly, study shows

Critical Care SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

NIH-funded study to focus on NICU environmental exposures

Critical Care SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

RFID implants could have uses in health care

Critical Care SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

Florida to provide $25M for development of vaccine to stop Zika

Critical Care SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

ONC examines adoption, use of health IT in US states

Critical Care SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

Whatever you want in life, other people are going to want too. Believe in yourself enough to accept the idea that you have an equal right to it.

Critical Care SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016


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