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Children, Volume 6, Issue 4 (April 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Most newborn infants do well at birth; however, some require immediate attention by a team with [...] Read more. Most newborn infants do well at birth; however, some require immediate attention by a team with advanced resuscitation skills. Providers at rural or community hospitals do not have as much opportunity for practice of their resuscitation skills as providers at larger centers and are therefore often unable to provide the high level of care needed in an emergency. Education through telemedicine can bring additional resuscitation and procedural training opportunities to these rural sites in a low-resource model in order to better prepare them for advanced neonatal resuscitation. Telemedicine also offers the opportunity to immediately bring a more experienced team to newborns to provide support or even lead the resuscitation. Telemedicine can provide unique opportunities to significantly increase the quality of neonatal resuscitation and stabilization in rural or community hospitals. View this paper.