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Is the infant car seat challenge useful? A pilot study in a simulated moving vehicle
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    Current UK practice: Infant Car Seat Challenges

    This paper highlights some limitations in the use of infant car-seat challenges (ICSCs) to monitor for abnormal cardiorespiratory events prior to hospital discharge[1]. Current practice is non-standardised and unlikely to replicate actual infant experience.

    In the USA it is recommended that all infants born <37 weeks gestation or birth-weight <2500g should have a period of observation in a car-seat prior t...

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