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Outreach programmes to CHCs and district hospitals to improve neonatal resuscitation skills, care of the premature infant and recognition of need for early referral, should be instituted.
Late that night, he performed neonatal resuscitation when Katherine went into labor and the baby was delivered not breathing.
Profiency and knowledge gained and retained by pediatric residents after neonatal resuscitation course.
In a subsequent phase of the study, trainers led in-depth sessions focused exclusively on neonatal resuscitation techniques in 88 randomly selected communities, where attendants had already undergone the ENC program.
Not all facilitators were necessarily certified or experienced in advanced airway support or neonatal resuscitation.
And the hearing was told Neil had not done any training in adult or neonatal resuscitation since 2001.
Specifically, the position of the Neonatal Resuscitation Program of the American Academy of Pediatrics for care of the infant born through meconium has evolved.
Another study indicated that pulse oximetry is helpful under the most difficult clinical situations, including neonatal resuscitation and monitoring extremely low birth weight babies.
Thomas et al (9), used simulation models to teach teamwork during a Neonatal Resuscitation Program; they emphasized that because clinicians are not provided teamwork training in medical and nursing schools, things like information sharing, inquiry and assertion, vigilance and workload management may not be taught and may lead to lower efficiency in resuscitation practice.
Franklin Atenyi Kajura of Kampala International University presented papers on neonatal resuscitation and care of the newborn; Dr Musinguzi Lucy spoke on preparations for the puerperium; Ms Ruth Tumusiime on 'Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS--Experiences of saving lives of babies using Niverapine'; and Peggy Namazzi on 'Goal-oriented antenatal care'.
Ritchie also maintains her instructor certification in basic Cardiac Life Support, First Aid, Neonatal Resuscitation Program, Trauma Nursing and Emergency Medical Technician.

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