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Impact of delivered tidal volume on the occurrence of intraventricular haemorrhage in preterm infants during positive pressure ventilation in the delivery room
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    Impact of delivered tidal volume on the occurrence of intraventricular haemorrhage in preterm infants during positive pressure ventilation in the delivery room

    There seems to be a descrepency regarding the number of babies intubatec in two groups. 56 babies were intubated in high tidal volume group against 14 intubated in the low tidal volume group as per the article. I wondering whether it might have contributed to the high incidence of IVH in the high tidal volume group.

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