Chronic intermittent hypoxia in premature infants: The Perfect Storm
Friday December 08 2017, 07:45 - 09:15
Friday December 08 2017
CHAIR: DR. CLODAGH RYAN
UHN - Toronto General Hospital
SPEAKER: DR. ESTELLE B. GAUDAProfessor of Pediatrics, University of TorontoHead, Division of Neonatology The hospital for Sick ChildrenTOPIC: Chronic intermittent hypoxia in premature infants: The Perfect StormLearning objectives:1.Understand central and peripheral mechanisms that control breathing during early postnatal development2.Understand mechanisms that contribute to the development of chronic intermittent hypoxia in premature infants3.Understand the epidemiology of the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome 24 years after Back to Sleep
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