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Getinge ventilation summit: management of the neonate

Our webinars are now available on demand!

Online event

 

The Getinge Education Summit aims to build community and educate clinicians around the world about key issues and insights for ventilation and management of the neonate. 

Watch on-demand now!

 Event agenda: 

  • Non-invasive respiratory support for the neonatal patients, featuring Kimberly S. Firestone, Dr. Ian Callander& Prof. Daniele De Luca

 

  • Invasive respiratory support for the neonatal patients, featuring Prof.Rania A. El-Farrash, Prof. Denys Surkov, Dr. Joris Lemson & Dr. Howard Stein

 

  • Rescue therapies for the neonatal patients, featuring Prof. Peter Rimensberger &Prof. Daniele De Luca 

This event is intended to provide information to an international audience outside of the US.

Event details

Date:
City: Online event
Venue: NA
Booth: NA

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