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  1. The resuscitation of a collapsed infant in the first week of life video was excellent. Thanks. I would emphasise and encourage the use of interosseous access. A small peripheral cannula – even if successful – does not allow rapid infusion of volume, which is frequently required. And lots of time can be wasted trying to get a IV line, when IO is quicker and with a little practice, easier. Duct-dependent lesions are often not considered early, despite being as likely as late Gp B Strep or other sepsis.

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