9 February at 2pm, Medicine Seminar Room, Block E, Level 5
Presentation Title - Laryngeal function at birth in preterm rabbit kittens
Synopsis - Non-invasive ventilation is a popular form of respiratory support in the delivery room. Unfortunately, non-invasive ventilation is associated with a very high, and unexplained failure rate in premature newborns. In this seminar I will present my findings on the negative implications of prolonged laryngeal closure on non-invasive ventilation in premature rabbit kittens at birth.
Supervisors - Prof. Stuart Hooper, Dr. Marcus Kitchen