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Neonatal respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) occurs in 10.1% of preterm infants born at 34 weeks’ gestational age (GA), corresponding to an over 40-fold increased risk as compared to their 39- to 40-week-GA counterparts. The risk decreases with increasing GA; at a GA of 37 weeks, the risk has fallen to just to just three times that of a full-term infants. Aside from premature birth, risk factors include: maternal gestational diabetes, male infant, and multiplets.
The following healthcare professionals: Neonatologists; physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and pharmacists who clinically encounter neonatal patients with RSD.
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Release Date: December 05, 2020 -- Expiration Date: December 05, 2022
Faculty: Jack Sills, MD
Setting the stage
Treating neonatal RDS
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Jack H. Sills, MD, Clinical Professor Pediatrics, University of California, Invine, CA has no relevant conflicts of interest to disclose.
Peer reviewer disclosure:
Rangasamy Ramanathan, MD, discloses that he has received research grant support and consulting honoraria from Cheisi.
Jae Kim, MD, discloses that they have received consulting honoraria from Medela, Nutricia, and Fujifilm; and have stock ownership in Astarte Medical and Nicolette.
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ScientiaCME, has no relevant conflicts of interest to disclose.
Commercial Support Disclosure: This program is supported by an educational grant from Chiesi.
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