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Extremely preterm births: recommendations for treatment in European countries
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    I read the article by Pignotti 1 on the recommendations for the treatment of extremely premature infants in European countries. In her article, Pignotti affirms that guidelines for the palliative care of newborns of extremely low gestational age are suggested in official documents. In her table on neonatal care she claims that in Florence palliative care is used in the delivery room for infants born betw...

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    Respected Dr. Pignotti

    I am very pleased to read your article “The extremely preterm births. Recommendations for treatment in European countries”. This is particularly very useful in making reasonably correct decision while managing and treating extremely preterm infants. I myself was born at home as a preterm and very low birth weight some 48 years ago [seven months gestation, birth weight 1250 gram (converted fro...

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