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University Medical Center Groningen

prof. dr. M.C.J. (Martin) Kneijber

Chief and Consultant in Paediatric Critical Care Medicine
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E-mail:
m.c.j.kneyber umcg.nl

Publications

Adverse Events in Pediatric Critical Care Nonsurvivors with a Low Predicted Mortality Risk: A Multicenter Case Control Study

Born into an isolating world: family-centred care for babies born to mothers with COVID-19

Correction: ESPNIC clinical practice guidelines: intravenous maintenance fluid therapy in acute and critically ill children- a systematic review and meta-analysis

Correction: ESPNIC clinical practice guidelines: intravenous maintenance fluid therapy in acute and critically ill children—a systematic review and meta-analysis (Intensive Care Medicine, (2022), 48, 12, (1691-1708), 10.1007/s00134-022-06882-z)

Diversity of Parent Emotions and Physician Responses During End-of-Life Conversations

Effort and work-of-breathing parameters strongly correlate with increased resistance in an animal model

Evaluation of Dosing Guidelines for Gentamicin in Neonates and Children

Executive Summary: International Clinical Practice Guidelines for Pediatric Ventilator Liberation, A Pediatric Acute Lung Injury and Sepsis Investigators (PALISI) Network Document

Executive Summary of the Second International Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (PALICC-2)

Hemodynamic Effects of a High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation Open-Lung Strategy in Critically Ill Children With Acquired or Congenital Cardiac Disease

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Press/media

RS-virus: kinderafdelingen vol

Waarom wil de minister dat het UMCG stopt met kinderhartchirurgie?

UMCG in actie tegen verlies kinderhartchirurgie

Petitie voor behoud kinderhartchirurgie UMCG

Academische ziekenhuizen boos over verhuizing kinderhartchirurgie

Driving Pressure: The Return of Physiology in Pediatric Mechanical Ventilation

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