Monthly Archives: March 2013

Not neonatology: Brian Cox again

There is an amazing new series on BBC. Animated by Brian Cox again, called ‘Wonders of Life’. If you can figure out how to get access (within the UK it is available to licence holders, outside of the UK you … Continue reading

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New link in side bar

I don’t play with this blog’s appearance very much, I don’t have enough time to fiddle about. But I have just added a new link to the side-bar. A link to a very young foundation, the Canadian Premature Babies Foundation. … Continue reading

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Weekly updates #26

Richburg DA, Kim JH: Real-time bowel ultrasound to characterize intestinal motility in the preterm neonate. J Perinatol 2013. You can quantify intestinal motility with bed-side ultrasound. Neat. Now we need to know what to do with the information, sounds like … Continue reading

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Losing a twin

Vasilescu C, Garel M, Caeymaex L: [experience of parents after the loss of a newborn twin in the nicu: A qualitative study 3 years after the death.]. Archives de pediatrie. 2013(0). This is a nice qualitative study, with a reasonable … Continue reading

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Oh No; not renal dose dopamine again!

This is the sort of thing that really irritates me: If you report ‘we did X, and Y happened’ the obvious question should be, ‘what would have happened if you didn’t do X?’ That is called having controls! It is … Continue reading

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