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Equipment of a Mobile Unit of Pediatric Reanimation

  • J. L. Tonellot (a1), J. Gippet (a1), J. F. Blanc (a1), J. Valat (a1), P. Olivier (a1), C. Mille (a1), P. Benatia (a1), S. Kassim (a1), F. Garcia (a1), L. M. Serre (a1) and C. Soubrillard (a1)...

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In view of the increasing importance of the transportation of newborn and premature infants in distress, we have felt the need to create a mobile unit for pediatric reanimation. Therefore, it was important to build a very well-defined and specially adapted mobile unit for these kinds of particularly delicate transportations.

For this purpose, and with the agreement of the pediatricians, we have adopted a solution that seems compatible with this kind of work.

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Equipment of a Mobile Unit of Pediatric Reanimation

  • J. L. Tonellot (a1), J. Gippet (a1), J. F. Blanc (a1), J. Valat (a1), P. Olivier (a1), C. Mille (a1), P. Benatia (a1), S. Kassim (a1), F. Garcia (a1), L. M. Serre (a1) and C. Soubrillard (a1)...

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