Neil Marlow and colleagues, who had no role in the original study , were asked to to study the long-term consequences of the CNEP trial. The team was able to follow up 133 of the 205 survivors of the original study is now between 9-15 years. They found it. No evidence of poorer long-term results in the CNEP group Indeed , the team found that language and visual / spatial skills were significantly higher in the CNEP group than in the standard treatment group. Professor Marlow says: ‘In the original study report received any benefits for children, CNEP in terms of neonatal respiratory measures, our long-term follow-up of the original study participants also suggests no evidence of disadvantage, in terms of long-term disability psychological consequences psychological consequences from the use of CNEP.

Other researchers who are members of the study Institute J. In the early 1990s, David Southall and colleagues , a randomized, controlled trial comparing CNEP with standard ventilation for preterm infants with respiratory distress syndrome*. After studying the release, there were concerns among some parents of children in the study was that CNEP could lead to death or disability, according to the analysis, which showed a small surplus of deaths and infants with abnormal brain scans in the CNEP group.‘We may be in a position to progress which until the point to the point to not most people need slowing to be operated on. ‘.. Of health economics drug treatment is and far less expensive than exchange of a valve, saying the operation that Pibarot costs at least $ 30,000. Assumption was AS be responsible for 10,000 to 15,000 deaths in North America, and more than 80,000 cardiac surgeries. This indicates treating in promising research results in , the first potential medical therapy for it on. AS is one of the most frequent types of heart disease, but saving the only means of life have been to open heart surgery and valve replacement surgical is the second most cardiac surgery coronary artery bypass graft, ‘says Dr.