Monthly Archives: January 2016

How frequent is Acute Kidney Injury in the NICU? Not as frequent as some publications would have you believe.

One recent publication states that 30% of all their babies under 30 weeks gestation had Acute Kidney Injury (AKI from now on). Another from a couple of years ago reports 40% of all their babies under 1500g had AKI. Both … Continue reading

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All results must be published, and all data available.

Support for the All trials campaign has been growing, but progress seems to be slow. There are still many trials that are not published, and the impacts on science based medicine are substantial. Recently, two articles by former participants in … Continue reading

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Medium Term outcomes after neonatal hypoglycemia

A new publication from the CHYLD program that I blogged about previously: Harris DL, et al. Outcome at 2 Years after Dextrose Gel Treatment for Neonatal Hypoglycemia: Follow-Up of a Randomized Trial. The Journal of pediatrics. 2015. In this paper … Continue reading

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Back to Blogging, and publishing!

A prolonged break, which occurred for various reasons, is at an end. I have a few posts lined up for the next few days, but will start with news about a new publication, an editorial I wrote with one of … Continue reading

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