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European Scientific Collaboration on Neonatal Resuscitation

 

Introduction

 

Transition from fetal to postnatal life represents a complex process, which affects many organ systems. Disturbances in the transitional process can lead to severe long term morbidity and mortality. To prevent disturbances, knowledge upon physiological postnatal adaptation are required. Furthermore, the effect of postnatal interventions upon adaptation (“resuscitation”) has to be studied appropriately to obtain sufficient data for an evidence-based approach of the care of the newborn infant in the delivery room. Improving our knowledge in this field has the potential to reduce the morbidity and mortality of newborn infants.

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News

Charles Christoph Roehr, Chairman of the ESCNR was among the authors of the new ERC neonatal resuscitation guidelines

http://www.cprguidelines.eu/assets/downloads/guidelines/S0300-9572(15)00341-X_main.pdf

 

 

 

Applications for the ERS Long-Term Research Fellowships 2016 are now open

Deadline: 31 January, 2016

http://www.ersnet.org/

 

Board

dr. Charles C. Roehr

Oxford University

England

Chairman

dr. Gianluca Lista

Milan University

Italy

Secretary

European Scientific Collaboration on Neonatal Resuscitation

is a member of

European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR)

http://www.espr.info

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