Achieved versus intended pulse oximeter saturation in infants born less than 28 weeks' gestation: The AVIOx study

J.I. Hagadorn, A.M. Furey, T.-H. Nghiem, C.H. Schmid, D.L. Phelps, D.-A.M. Pillers, C. Cole, P.K. Donohue, J.A. Shepard, W. Carlo, M. Collins, J. Rylander, S. Bean, F. Bednarek, T. Loiseau, G. Gupta, C. Horihan, E. Burnell, D. Wheeler, S. EscoeL.-A. Papile, C.B. Lacey, B. Darlow, D.G. Sweet, H.L. Halliday, A.J. Talati, S.B. Korones, C. Bose, C. Winston, A. Allen, K. Meyer, K. Christianson, B.L. Shah, A. Hansen, A. Fujii, J. Hagadorn, C. Cole, A. Furey, S. Greene, A. Vora, J. Cho, P. Shrestha, E. Abban, P. Hibberd, C. Schmid, S. Brody-Kaplan, C. Botelho, M. Landa, M. Weisburd, C. Hurley

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Abstract

OBJECTIVE. The objective of this study was to document pulse oximeter saturation levels achieved in the first 4 weeks of life in infants who were born at
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1574-1582
Number of pages9
JournalPediatrics
Volume118
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - 2006

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