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September / Volume 56 / Number 9

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A Special Issue:
47th Respiratory Care Journal Conference—
Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care: What Does the Future Hold?
co-chairs: Ira M Cheifetz MD FAARC, Robert M DiBlasi RRT-NPS FAARC

Conference Proceedings

Respiratory Research in the Critically Ill Pediatric Patient: Why Is It So Difficult?
by Martha AQ Curley—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Management of Acute Lung Injury: Sharing Data Between Adults and Children
by Ira M Cheifetz—Durham, North Carolina
Neonatal Noninvasive Ventilation Techniques: Do We Really Need to Intubate?
by Robert M DiBlasi—Seattle, Washington
Mechanical Ventilation of the Premature Neonate
by Melissa K Brown—El Cajon, California
and Robert M DiBlasi—Seattle, Washington
Advances in the Management of Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension
by Peter Oishi, Sanjeev A Datar, and Jeffrey R Fineman—San Francisco, California
Inhaled Medical Gases: More to Breathe Than Oxygen
by Michael A Gentile—Durham, North Carolina
Resuscitation in the Delivery Room: Lung Protection From the First Breath
by Thomas E Wiswell—Orlando, Florida
The Future of Exogenous Surfactant Therapy
bby Douglas F Willson—Charlottesville, Virginia
and Robert H Notter—Rochester, New York
Asthma: 2015 and Beyond
by Timothy R Myers and Liza Tomasio—Cleveland, Ohio
Pediatric Aerosol Therapy: New Devices and New Drugs
by Bruce K Rubin—Richmond, Virginia
Pediatric Airway Maintenance and Clearance in the Acute Care Setting: How To Stay Out of Trouble
by Brian K Walsh, Kristen Hood, and Greg Merritt—Dallas, Texas
Extracorporeal Life Support: Moving at the Speed of Light
by Heidi J Dalton—Phoenix, Arizona
Disaster Planning for Pediatrics
by Richard D Branson—Cincinnati, Ohio

Conference Summary

Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care: What Does the Future Hold?
Robert M DiBlasi—Seattle, Washington
and Ira M Cheifetz—Durham, North Carolina
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