IVH EBNEO Review on head position to prevent periventricular-intraventricular hemorrhage in ELBW neonates
CONFERENCE VIDEO SERIES: MIKAEL NORMAN Watch as Mikael Norman discusses studies and findings produced from Swedish health registries.
CANDIDA Invasive candidiasis remains relatively common and is frequently deadly among extremely low birthweight infants. Thus, strategies to prevent invasive disease are needed. For this purpose, the effectiveness of prophylactic fluconazole to prevent invasive candidiasis in infants born at <750 g was evaluated. The combined outcome of death or invasive candidiasis was not different between treatment and control groups. These data provide no compelling argument that prophylactic fluconazole should be used routinely to prevent invasive candidiasis in infants weighing <750 g at birth.