Delivery Room

CSAR's main research focus is the improvement of care in the Delivery Room. CSAR that improved Delivery Room care will have a lasting effect on short- and long-term outcomes of newborn infants. 

 

Randomized Control Trials:

  • Cerebral Oxygen Saturation to Guide Oxygen Delivery in Preterm Neonates for the Immediate Transition after Birth: A 2-Center Randomized Controlled Pilot Feasibility Trial.
    (Abstract)

 

  • Respiratory function monitor guidance of mask ventilation in the Delivery Room: a feasibility study.
    (Abstract)

 

  • Mask versus nasal tube for stabilization of preterm infants at birth: a randomized controlled trial.
    (PDF-File)

 

  • Mask ventilation with two different face masks in the Delivery Room for preterm infants: a randomized controlled trial.
    (Abstract)

 

  • Oxygenation with T-piece versus self-inflating bag for ventilation of extremely preterm infants at birth: a randomized controlled trial.
    (Abstract)

 

Observational Studies:

  • Reference ranges for regional cerebral tissue oxygen saturation and fractional oxygen extraction in neonates during the immediate transition after birth.
    (Abstract)

 

  • Assessment of chest rise during mask ventilation of preterm infants in the Delivery Room.
    (Abstract)

 

  • Assessment of tidal volume and gas leak during mask ventilation of preterm infants in the Delivery Room.
    (Abstract)

 

  • Airway obstruction and gas leak during mask ventilation of preterm infants in the delivery room.
    (Abstract)

 

If you want CSAR to join a study in the Delivery Room or want us to join one of your studies, please email us at georg.schmoelzer@me.com.

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