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Routine use of videolaryngoscopy in neonatal unit

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  • RI and AB are joint first authors.

  • Correction notice This paper has been updated since it was published online. The last author's surname was mis-spelt.

  • Contributors RI helped design the project and data collection spreadsheet, collected data, assisted in drafting the first manuscript and approved of the final manuscript as submitted. AB helped with data collection, analysed the sets of data, assisted in drafting the manuscript and approved of the final manuscript as submitted. TO helped with purchase of new videolaryngoscope, trained staff in videolaryngoscopy, assisted in drafting the manuscript and approved of the final manuscript as submitted. VP conceptualised and designed the quality improvement project, trained staff in videolaryngoscopy, co-drafted the initial manuscript with RI, analysed data with AB and approved of the final manuscript as submitted. VP is the guarantor of the study.

  • Funding Our Little Roo Charitable funds provided financial assistance to purchase the Storz C-MAC Videolaryngoscope with 2 blades.

  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Patient consent for publication Not required.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.