“PPHN made SIMPLE!!! // Reviewed by a Neonatologist!”

Today I review, link to and embed Tala Talks NICU‘s outstanding PPHN made SIMPLE!!! // Reviewed by a Neonatologist!

All that follows is from the above resource.

Aug 3, 2020 Lungs

Step-by-step we cover the pathophysiology of Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension of the Newborn (PPHN), as well as its diagnosis, and treatment. We cover echo findings, iNO, Oxygen, pre and post-ductal sats and supportive strategies. Please be sure to give us a like, comment about future topics, and subscribe to this channel to stay up to date on all things NICU! Be sure to click the notification bell after you subscribe to gain your weekly NICU knowledge as soon as it’s loaded!


Dr. Tala is a board-certified neonatologist, and has worked in busy level III and IV units for the past 15 years. She has won multiple teaching awards throughout her time as a neonatologist.

Zhuang, X. (2010). Automatic whole heart segmentation based on image registration. Research Gate. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/profile…. ——

Hom, L. and Frank, L. (2014). The right hand and one foot: A critical congenital heart disease screening update. Children’s National Heart Institute. ——

Roy, R. (2018). Trust guidelines on routine oxygen saturation measurement on the new-born (pulse oximetry). Norfolk and Norwish University Hospitals. ——

Pediatric Cardiology. (2019). Programs and labs. Yale School of Medicine. Retrieved from https://medicine.yale.edu/pediatrics/… ——

Inomax. (2020). Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. Retrieved from https://www.inomax.com/inomax-deliver…


This entry was posted in Neonatal Resuscitation, Neonatology. Bookmark the permalink.