Monthly Archives: June 2016

New Pages on the blog

I am in the process of re-organizing the “Important Neonatal Publications” page, into a number of sub-pages with topics. It was getting a bit long and hard to find anything you are particularly interested in. I will be adding more … Continue reading

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Seizures are bad for you

Fox CK, et al. Neonatal seizures triple the risk of a remote seizure after perinatal ischemic stroke. Neurology. 2016. This analysis of a Kaiser Permanente database had 87 children with perinatal strokes. Those who had seizures during the neonatal period had … Continue reading

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Give poor pregnant women cash

Tommy Douglas was a former professional boxer, who was also a Baptist minister, and is the father of Canadian Medicare. He was from the Canadian Prairies, has been referred to as the ‘greatest Canadian of all time’ and worked tirelessly … Continue reading

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Outcomes of babies with surgical anomalies

Neonatologists basically invented the field of outcomes research; many of my colleagues from around the world have closely examined the outcomes of very premature and extremely premature infants for many years: well before people in other fields were doing so. Outcome … Continue reading

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