Preterm babies fare better with higher oxygen levels, study says

04/27/2011 | HealthDay News

A study in the New England Journal of Medicine of babies born before 28 weeks gestation found that those who were given 91% to 95% oxygen concentrations had higher survival rates compared with those who received 85% to 89% concentrations. However, the researchers said that the findings don't address risks or benefits of other targets and that more long-term study is needed on survival and morbidity.

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