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EVALUATION OF ARTERIAL CATHETER MANAGEMENT IN VERY PRETERM NEONATES: PERIPHERAL ARTERY VERSUS UMBILICAL ARTERY
Fukushima Journal of Medical Science
Objectives : To evaluate whether peripheral arterial catheter management is more effective than umbilical arterial management in very preterm neonates. Methods : Thirtyeight very preterm neonates born in Fukushima Medical University Hospital between October 2008 and March 2010 were evaluated. A peripheral arterial catheter was inserted in 19 neonates (peripheral group) and an umbilical arterial catheter in the remaining 19 neonates (umbilical group). Results : The median gestational ages of thedoi:10.5387/fms.58.1 fatcat:owp7flr7bnh7voxsuuxpvc3ifm