Neonatal procedures: Elizabeth Osmond at DFTB19

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Neonatal procedures can be broken down into two broad categories. There are those that are needed to stabilize the child in front of you (such as vascular access or intubation) and there are those with a more diagnostic intent (such as a lumbar puncture or SPA). Newborns are unpredictable so Beth Osmond asks us to consider those things that we do have control over – yourself, the team and your environment and equipment.

About the authors

  • Tessa Davis is a Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine at the Royal London Hospital and a Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London.

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