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Transitioning from NRP to a combined PALS-NRP resuscitation model at a level IV NICU

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Fig. 1: PALS NRP Algorithm and Patient Days.

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Harer, M.W., Konkol, L.J. & Limjoco, J.J. Transitioning from NRP to a combined PALS-NRP resuscitation model at a level IV NICU. J Perinatol (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41372-022-01416-3

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