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Sedation and analgesia practices in neonatal intensive care units (EUROPAIN): results from a prospective cohort study.

Ricardo Carbajal 1, 2 Mats Eriksson 3 Emilie Courtois 1, 2 Elaine Boyle 4 Alejandro Avila-Alvarez 5 Randi Dovland Andersen 6 Kosmas Sarafidis 7 Tarja Polkki 8 Cristina Matos 9 Paola Lago 10 Thalia Papadouri 11 Simon Attard Montalto 12 Mari-Liis Ilmoja 13 Sinno Simons 14 Rasa Tameliene 15 Bart van Overmeire 16 Angelika Berger 17 Anna Dobrzanska 18 Michael Schroth 19 Lena Bergqvist 20 Hugo Lagercrantz 21 Kanwaljeet J S Anand 22, 23 Jacques Sizun 24, 25
Résumé : Neonates who are in pain or are stressed during care in the intensive care unit (ICU) are often given sedation or analgesia. We investigated the current use of sedation or analgesia in neonatal ICUs (NICUs) in European countries.
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Ricardo Carbajal, Mats Eriksson, Emilie Courtois, Elaine Boyle, Alejandro Avila-Alvarez, et al.. Sedation and analgesia practices in neonatal intensive care units (EUROPAIN): results from a prospective cohort study.. Lancet Respiratory medicine, Elsevier, 2015, 3 (10), pp.796-812. ⟨hal-01559191⟩

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