Physiological Transition, a New Form of Resuscitation (downloadable MP3)


Gail Hart

Did you know that that neonatal resuscitation methods are a cultural, not a scientific, norm? Learn more when you listen to this conference audio class.

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Gail explains that an analysis of the various techniques used around the world brings the surprising conclusion that neonatal resuscitation methods are a cultural, not a scientific, norm. The experiences of what works in one hospital unit is often different from that of a unit in the same city, and practitioners who work in both home and hospital know they often do things differently depending on the setting. You will also learn about the concept of safe and effective physiological resuscitation methods that  don’t require high technology for implementation.

  • Teacher: Gail Hart
  • Total length:  Approximately 1.5 hours
  • Format: MP3
  • Recorded: Midwifery Today Conference in Strasbourg, France, 2016
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