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Efficiency of manual resuscitators at birth.
  1. D Field,
  2. A D Milner,
  3. I E Hopkin


    The effectiveness of five neonatal/paediatric manual resuscitators was assessed in a group of babies born by caesarean section. Results showed that devices incorporating a large volume reservoir produced the greatest tidal volume, while those with smaller volume reservoirs could not be considered satisfactory for routine use during neonatal resuscitation.

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