Infant Journal
for neonatal and paediatric healthcare professionals

Neonatal Research Priority Setting Partnership: help wanted

Katie Evans
Neonatal Research Priority Setting Partnership Project Co-ordinator and Clinical Research Fellow in Neonatal Medicine at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Chris Gale
Academic Neonatologist and Neonatal Society Meeting Secretary

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less invasive surfactant administration (LISA); surfactant; respiratory distress syndrome; videolaryngoscope; bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD); premature
Key points
  1. Structured guidelines and training of medical staff are required to establish LISA as a routine procedure in the NNU.
  2. Videolaryngoscopy is a useful adjunct to the procedure.
  3. Further studies are required on the use of medications during the procedure.
  4. A robust system of data collection and analysis helps to guide improvements.