RESEARCH

Neonatal

Intubation

Resuscitation Interventions & Outcomes

Monitoring

 

Neonatal Intubation

Neonatal intubation is a life-saving but high-risk procedure.  Both the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania are contributing sites in the international NEAR4NEOS registry. Through our work with NEAR4NEOS, we have characterized the type and incidence of adverse events during neonatal intubation and identified practices associated with a lower risk of adverse events.

Association Between Video Laryngoscopy and Adverse Tracheal Intubation-Associated Events in the NICU

Pouppirt et al. 

Journal of Pediatrics

2018

 

Resuscitation Interventions and Outcomes

Neonatal resuscitation is a high-acuity, low occurrence event.  Our work seeks to characterize the epidemiology of neonatal resuscitation and to identify interventions to improve patient outcomes following resuscitation in both the delivery room and NICU settings.

Delivery room interventions to prevent bronchopulmonary dysplasia in extremely preterm infants

Foglia et al. 

Journal of Perinatology

2017

 

Monitoring

Accurate and reliable physiologic monitors are needed to assess the need for and response to resuscitative interventions.  We are interested in the performance of physiologic monitors and in the way that providers interact with these monitors.  We have used video recording and eye tracking technology to assess provider performance during simulation and resuscitation.

Accuracy of Pulse-Oximetry-Based Home Baby Monitors.

Bonafide et al. 

JAMA

2018

Foglia Research Group

3400 Spruce Street, Ravdin 8

Division of Neonatology and Newborn Services

Hospital of University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA 19104

Email: foglia@email.chop.edu