Weaning off high-flow oxygenation in bronchiolitis.

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Daverio et al (1) published in the journal their interesting results on two-tiered high-flow nasal cannula (HFNC) oxygenation in infant bronchiolitis. The authors retrospectively reviewed electronic medical records of infants who were hospitalised for bronchiolitis at age <12 months in 2012-2017 and who required oxygen to keep saturation at 94%. The median age of 211 included infants was two months, and HFNC was given as first-line therapy for 35(16.6%) and as rescue for 73(42.5%).


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Name: Acta paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992)
ISSN: 1651-2227


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