Special Issue "Acute and Chronic Lung Disease of the Neonate: Open Challenges and Novel Insights"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2023) | Viewed by 1295
Interests: bronchopulmonary dysplasia; neonates; lung ultrasound; mechanical ventilation
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Respiratory disorders are the leading cause of admission to neonatal intensive care units, carrying high rates of mortality and morbidity. The definition and characterization of neonatal lung disorders are still a matter of debate. Preclinical and clinical research pertaining to novel ventilation strategies that may decrease the burden of superimposed ventilator-induced lung injury is a continuous field of improvement in neonatology. The point of care evaluation of the respiratory and cardiovascular system is constantly growing and constitutes a potential game-changer when dealing with neonatal lung diseases.
The purpose of this Special Issue is to collect contributions of clinical practice and research on neonatal lung diseases. This volume intends to provide novel insights into neonatal lung diseases, including prevention, diagnosis, monitoring, ventilator strategies and ECMO, novel treatments, supportive strategies and long-term outcomes. In addition to reviews, all types of research papers, from laboratory studies to pro- and retrospective clinical trials, are most welcome. Outstanding case reports with clear added scientific value are also acceptable.
Considering the success and popularity of the Special Issue "Acute and Chronic Lung Disease of the Newborn: Open Challenges and Novel Insights" previously published in Children (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/children/special_issues/acute_chronic_lung_disease_prematurity), we now release a second Special Issue aiming to gather original research papers and review articles related to acute and chronic neonatal lung disease. We look forward to potentially collaborating with you and hope to hear back from you soon.
Dr. Maria Pierro
Manuscript Submission Information
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- acute lung disease of prematurity
- neonatal acute respiratory distress syndrome
- transient tachypnea of the newborn
- chronic lung disease of prematurity
- bronchopulmonary dysplasia
- ventilator-induced lung injury