Monitoring in the 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. 

 

 

Enhanced monitoring during neonatal resuscitation - A review

 

Carbon Dioxide:

  • Exhaled carbon dioxide can be used to guide respiratory support in the Delivery Room.
    (Abstract)

 

  • Exhaled carbon dioxide in healthy term infants immediately after birth.
    (Abstract)

 

  • Exhaled Carbon Dioxide and Neonatal Breathing Patterns in Preterm Infants after Birth.
    (Abstract)

 

  • Monitoring lung aeration during respiratory support in preterm infants at birth.
    (PDF-File)

 

 

Respiratory Function:

  • Spontaneously Breathing Preterm Infants Change in Tidal Volume to Improve Lung Aeration Immediately after Birth
    (Abstract)

 

  • Tidal volumes in spontaneously breathing preterm infants supported with continuous positive airway pressure.
    (Abstract)

 

  • Respiratory function and near-infrared spectroscopy recording during cardiopulmonary resuscitation in an extremely preterm newborn.
    (Abstract)

 

Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS):

  • Respiratory function and near-infrared spectroscopy recording during cardiopulmonary resuscitation in an extremely preterm newborn.
    (Abstract)

 

  • aEEG and NIRS during transition and resuscitation after birth: promising additional tools; an observational study.
    (Abstract)

 

alpha EEG:

  • Low cerebral activity and cerebral oxygenation during the immediate transition in term neonates-A prospective observational study. (Abstract)

 

  • aEEG and NIRS during transition and resuscitation after birth: promising additional tools; an observational study.
    (Abstract)

 

Blood Pressure:

  • Time course study of blood pressure in term and preterm infants immediately after birth.
    (PDF-File)

 

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

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