In a new interview with Direkt Studios, Dr. Pontus Johansson, neonatologist and pediatrician, talks about preterm birth and the complications these babies might face, as well as the challenges within neonatal care. See the interview below (in Swedish).
Dr. Pontus Johansson, neonatologist and pediatrician at Södra Älvsborgs Sjukhus in Borås (Sweden), works with preterm born babies and therefore has good knowledge about this patient group. In a new interview in Direkt Studios he talks about preterm birth and the complications these babies might face, both at the time of birth and later in life.
Read more: The first breath – when preterm born infants might need help to breathe (in Swedish)
Pontus also explains the current challenges within neonatal care and the need of new technology, as well as what Neola® could mean for the babies’ care. The large clinical study with the Neola®-technology at the University College Cork (Ireland) that recently was finalized is also discussed in the interview.
Read more about the clinical study at Ireland here.
See the interview with Dr. Pontus Johansson here (in Swedish):
Read also the recent article by Clinical Manager, Dr. Tetiana Kovtiukh, about the fight of being born too soon.