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December 2021

Advances in Respiratory Management
Manuel Sa´nchez-Luna, Editor

We are living today in a new era in respiratory support of the sick and immature neonate. From the knowledge that ventilator-induced lung injury can be prevented or reduced due to a better understanding of the respiratory physiology, therapies, and more friendly medical devices, a “new respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) of the prematurity” is the leading respiratory problem and represents, instead of the old hyaline membrane disease, a new disease due to the multiple mechanisms involved in the respiratory insufficiency of the immaturity.

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