Tag Archives: long term outcomes

Oxygen is good for you

Of course you can have too much of a good thing, but you should also try and stay above the minimum. The COT trial investigators, led by Christian Poets, have published a secondary analysis of the results, examining in particular … Continue reading

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Long term effects of surgery in the infant

To follow on from a study in a recent “neonatal updates”, there is a new publication from an Australian group that have been pursuing a prospective cohort of full term infants who had major surgery in the first 90 days … Continue reading

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Recent pain/analgesia articles

Several very recent articles have addressed issues of pain and analgesia in the newborn. van Ganzewinkel CJ, et al. Chronic pain in the newborn: toward a definition. The Clinical journal of pain. 2014;30(11):970-7. This article describes a consensus building expert-based … Continue reading

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Neonatal Updates

Deshmukh M, et al. Effect of gastric lavage on feeding in neonates born through meconium-stained liquor: a systematic review. Archives of Disease in Childhood – Fetal and Neonatal Edition. 2015. When I first went to one of the hospitals I … Continue reading

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Should we resuscitate children?

I am going to be deliberately provocative today… for a change. A very interesting study from Japan has reported the results of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in children. Goto Y, et al. Decision tree model for predicting long-term outcomes in children with … Continue reading

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Cord milking/delayed clamping at the 2015 PAS-meeting

I have tried to go through the abstracts from PAS to find those that had new information, from controlled trials, about the efficacy and safety of cord milking and/or delayed clamping. Mercer and the group from Rhode Island presented the … Continue reading

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Does gestational age matter?

Gagliardi L. On the importance – and unimportance – of gestational age. Acta Paediatrica. 2015;104(6):544-6. This article by Luigi Gagliardi discusses the incidence of white matter injury on head ultrasound across extremely low gestational ages. He was intrigued by Bree … Continue reading

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