Study ID: NRN Preemie Hypothermia Trial
A Randomized Trial of Targeted Temperature Management With Whole Body Hypothermia For Moderate And Severe Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy In Premature Infants 33-35 Weeks Gestational Age. A BAYESIAN STUDY
Title:A Randomized Trial of Targeted Temperature Management with Whole Body Hypothermia for Moderate and Severe Neonatal Encephalopathy in Premature Infants 33-35 Weeks Gestational Age Description: The purpose of the Preemie Hypothermia study is to determine if a 72 hour body cooling treatment provides successful outcomes for premature babies born at 33 to 35 weeks diagnosed with neonatal encephalopathy. We are comparing babies who are cooled with babies who are kept at normal body temperature. Babies participating in the study will be seen in the follow up clinic at 18 to 22 months.
Sioux Falls Region
Brain and Nervous System
Active - Open to Accrual
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