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High-flow nasal cannula flow rate in young infants with severe viral bronchiolitis: the question is still open

Steven L. Shein| Katherine N. Slain| Alexandre T. Rotta| Christophe Milési| Gilles Cambonie
Correspondence
Volume 45, Issue 1 / January , 2019

Pages 134 - 135

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References

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  2. Milési C, Pierre AF, Deho A et al (2018) A multicenter randomized controlled trial of a 3-L/kg/min versus 2-L/kg/min high-flow nasal cannula flow rate in young infants with severe viral bronchiolitis (TRAMONTANE 2). Intensive Care Med 44(11):1870–1878
  3. Ricci V, Delgado Nunes V, Murphy MS, Cunningham S, Guideline Development Group and Technical Team (2015) Bronchiolitis in children: summary of NICE guidance. BMJ 350:h2305
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