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The Preterm Clinical and Functional Outcome (PIFCO: ACTRN126130010627181) Study was funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia (GNT1047689; GNT1057514; RF1077691). The study was also supported by the University of Western Australia, Women and Newborn Health Service of Western Australia, the Child and Adolescent Health Service of Western Australia, the Metropolitan Health Research Infrastructure Fund and Research Training Program Scholarship, Curtin University (to R.U.).
The authors declare no competing interests.
This study took place as part of the Preterm Infant Clinical and Functional Outcome (PIFCO) study (ACTRN126130010627181) and was approved by the West Australian Women and Newborn Health Service Human Research Ethics Committee (20130193EW), the Child and Adolescent Health Service Human Research Ethics Committee (2014083EP) and the University of Western Australia (RA/3/1/5942). Informed parental written consent was obtained for all participants.
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Urs, R., Stoecklin, B., Pillow, J.J. et al. Collecting exhaled breath condensate from non-ventilated preterm-born infants: a modified method. Pediatr Res (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41390-021-01474-x