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I'm curious in the performance and results of UK Neonatology division clinical procedures for ventilatory support of newborns in the NICU with acute respiratory failure.
I am working on several projects to improve NICU care, including: 1) Clinical care strategies for preventing intraventricular haemorrhage in extremely premature babies; 2) NICU communication training; 3) kangaroo care in the NICU to improve outcomes; and 4) Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia (BPD) collaborative workgroup to optimise ventilation strategies in premature babies.
My primary interests are in pathogenesis research employing prospective cohort studies, randomised clinical trials, and prospective outcome evaluation. Developing studies with an intervention component results in a very fascinating and intriguing research that should result in great evidence for the desired outcomes.
MS. SUCHI is a seasoned International Preschool Principal/Manager who learned laughter exercises from a variety of instructors throughout the world. She subsequently created "Laughter Therapy," which is utilised in a variety of settings, including hospitals and Senior Activity Centers. In school and home settings, she delivers individual and group therapy. A former manager and trainer is now working to raise societal awareness about the Holistic approach to rehabilitation. Depression, Anxiety induced by physical or emotional suffering, Death in the family, and the harm that unhappiness does to persons, families, and communities are all examples of unhappiness. Her goal is to urge folks to get treatment early and get back to normal.
I am interested in newborn pulmonology and breathing regulation, with a particular focus on bedside monitoring of cardiorespiratory events in preterm babies. I am presently collecting data for sponsored clinical trials on the determinants and outcomes of cardiorespiratory events/intermittent hypoxemia in preterm newborns. We are creating newborn cerebral blood flow and oxygenation sensors in partnership with biomedical engineering to monitor brain hemodynamics. I also serve as the principal investigator for multi-center research on newborn pulmonology/bronchopulmonary dysplasia and Respiratory Distress Syndrome/surfactant. I am a full-time faculty member who is also pursuing a PhD in Clinical and Translational Science at the University of Kentucky.