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Guideline for the Screening and Treatment of Retinopathy of Prematurity (2008)

Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) is one of the few causes of childhood visual disability which is largely preventable. Many extremely preterm babies will develop some degree of ROP although in the majority this never progresses beyond mild disease which resolves spontaneously without treatment. A...

Consent in Neonatal Clinical Care: Good Practice Framework (2004) (CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW)

BAPM's working group on 'Consent and Explanation of Risk' is currently developing an updated framework for practice in this area. This is due to be published in 2018. To find out more please contact the BAPM office. It is a legal and ethical requirement to gain valid consent before examining and...

Higher Specialist Training Syllabus in Neonatal Medicine (2003)

This document specifies the process of regulating sub-specialty training in Neonatal Medicine in order that it meets the standards laid down nationally by the Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board (PMETB)- formerly the Specialist Training Authority (STA). This document outlines: the...

Guidelines for Safe Use of Nitric Oxide from the INNOVO Study with permission (1999)

This teaching pack is aimed at neonatal nursing staff in The INNOVO Trial participating units, using or planning to use inhaled nitric oxide for the treatment of neonates with severe respiratory failure. It brings together an overview of the current evidence, technical information and nursing...

Training Needs of Professionals Responsible for Resuscitation of Babies at Birth (1998)

Recent publications from the Royal Colleges and the Fourth Annual Report of the Confidential Enquiry into Stillbirths and Deaths in Infancy (CESDI) have emphasised the need to ensure that professionals present at the time of birth are proficient in resuscitation of new born babies. Whether birth...

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