Are postnatal steroids ever justified to treat severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia?
Eichenwald, Eric C
Current evidence does not favour use of corticosteroids as neurological side effects may outweigh the benefits of treatment, except perhaps in critically ill infants with respiratory failure
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