Efficacy of inhaled nitric oxide and intragastric sildenafil in treatment of persistent pulmonary hypertension of newborn [PPHN] on high frequency oscillatory ventilation [HFOV]
Rajiv Parapurath*, Madan Samuel
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Head of Department of Pediatrics and Ped Mind Institute, Pediatric Surgery in the Field of Biliary Atresia, Medical and Finance Center Epe
Department of Pediatrics
Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit Michigan, USA
Department of Child Psychology, Educational Science and Human Movement
University of Palermo, Italy
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Rajiv Parapurath*, Madan Samuel