High-flow oxygen therapy in infant bronchiolitis reduces chances of treatment failure


eMediNexus    27 March 2018

High-flow oxygen therapy given by nasal cannula to infants with bronchiolitis reduces chances of treatment failure and consequently significantly lower rates of escalation of care by nearly half compared to infants who were given standard oxygen therapy, according to a new study reported online March 21 in The New England Journal of Medicine.

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