Trials of the Continuous Negative Extrathoracic Pressure (CNEP) ventilators began at the Stoke-on-Trent hospital in 1989.
What does CNEP stand for?
CNEP stands for Continuous Negative Extrathoracic Pressure (treatment)
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We have 7 other meanings of CNEP in our Acronym Attic
- Cryptococcus Neoformans
- Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (Jet Propulsion Laboratory; US NASA)
- Cable Network Engineering Program
- Center for Neural Engineering and Prostheses (University of California, Berkeley and University of California, San Francisco)
- Central New England Properties (New Hampshire)
- Chambre Syndicale des Négociants et Expert En Philatélie (French: Union Chamber of Traders and Experts in Philately)
- Community-Based Nurse-Midwifery Education Program (Hyden, KY)
- Comparative National Elections Project (est. 1990)
- Comptoir National d'Escompte de Paris (French)
- Continuous Negative External Pressure (intensive care)
- Certified NetWare Engineers Professional Association
- China National Environmental Protection Corporation (China Energy Conservation Investment Corporation)
- Center for Near East Policy Research
- Centre for New Ethnicities Research (University of East London; London, England, UK)
- Centre for New European Research (Hitotsubashi University; Tokyo, Japan)
- Centre for Nuclear Energy Research (University of New Brunswick; Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada)
- Consorzio Nazionale Energie Rinnovabili (Italian: National Renewable Energy Consortium; Italy)
- Current Non-End-Receive
- Comprehensive New Era Resource Group International
- Centre National d'Etudes de Recherche Integrées En Bâtiment (French)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Couched in often obscure medical jargon, they tell of the effects of the trials which involved a new type of ventilator chamber using a technique known as Continuous Negative Extrathoracic Pressure (CNEP).
The North Staffordshire Hospital said all the parents of children involved in the study of Continuous Negative Extrathoracic Pressure (CNEP) had given written permission for their children to take part.
Mr and Mrs Henshall signed consent by proxy forms for their daughters to be put in the Continuous Negative Extrathoracic Pressure ventilators after they were born prematurely in February and December, 1992, Mrs Poulet told the hearing.
Trials of the Continuous Negative Extrathoracic Pressure (CNEP) ventilators began at the hospital in 1989.
CNEP stands for Continuous Negative Extrathoracic Pressure.
Trials of Continuous Negative Extrathoracic Pressure (CNEP) ventilators began at the hospital in 1989.
The group was set up to discover the truth about the hospital's use of Continuous Negative Extrathoracic Pressure ventilators, which used decompression chambers to reduce air pressure around a baby's lungs and allow the child to breathe unaided.