Helen Liley: Neonatal resuscitation at DFTB17

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This talk was recorded live at the neonatal session at DFTB17 in Brisbane.

For most of us resuscitating a small baby, lighter than a frozen chicken, can fill us with dread. We’ve tried to make it a little easier with some great posts from Henry Goldstein but sometimes you need to hear it as well as read it. In this talk A/Prof Helen Liley, a consultant neonatologist at the Mater Mothers hospital, takes some of the knowledge gained from being a key figure in the ILCOR’s neonatal task force and translates it into practical advice.

You can listen to this talk as you walk to work on any device that supports podcasts.

And luckily for you all, Claire Chandler has made some notes for you…

You can watch her entire talk below…

 

 

 

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