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This study was set up to investigate if and to what extent non-pharmacological analgesia is able to provide comfort to very preterm infants (VPI) during less invasive surfactant administration (LISA).
This was a prospective non-randomized multicenter observational study performed in level IV NICUs.
Inborn VPI with a gestational age between 220/7 and 316/7 weeks, signs of respiratory distress syndrome, and the need for surfactant replacement were included.
Non-pharmacological analgesia was performed in all infants during LISA.
In case of failure of the first LISA attempt, additional analgosedation could be