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Exhaled breath measures of inflammation: are they useful in neonatal chronic lung disease?
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      • Brian A. Darlow and Christine C. Winterbourn, Departments of Paediatrics and Pathology, Christchurch School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Christchurch, New Zealand

    Dear Editor,

    We read with interest the review on exhaled breath measures of inflammation by Harrison et al.[1] We agree that there is a need to develop and standardise methods for the collection of exhaled breath markers as part of clinical monitoring of neonates on respiratory support. A major limitation we encountered with collecting exhaled breath condensates (EBC) using a method we published earlier was that hydr...

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