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There is increasing evidence that newborn pulse oximetry screening (POS) improves the identification of those critical congenital heart defects undetected by existing screening methods.1–4 POS is routine in some countries including the USA, Norway and Poland and more are considering its introduction. In 2013, the UK National Screening Committee (NSC) undertook a public consultation and a pilot study in 15 maternity units in England in 2015. The NSC is still considering the evidence.
In 2012, we published a national survey of all UK neonatal units and reported that 18% were performing routine POS (up from 7% in 2010).5 Of the non-screening units, 71% were …
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