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Perinatal asphyxia remains a serious cause of mortality and morbidity in term and near term infants. Many reports show the benefits of routine cerebral function monitoring (CFM) in neonatal encephalopathy.1 2 Mounting recent data support the use of hypothermia therapy for improving neurodevelopmental outcome after perinatal asphyxia.3 4 At present, information is lacking regarding the availability of equipment for neonatal brain monitoring and active hypothermia therapy in UK neonatal units. The aim was to therefore …
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