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Perinatal palliative care (PnPC) is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary model of care with the aim of offering specific, personalised responses while guaranteeing that the child and family receive global care from the time of diagnosis until end of life.1
Italy lacks a national consensus to guide healthcare professionals involved in PnPC,2 and the choice to initiate neonatal resuscitation at the limit of viability or to interrupt intensive treatment in cases of poor outcomes is left to doctors and families. By sending an online 19-item, multiple-choice questionnaire to all centres contributing to …
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