Monthly Archives: August 2017

When good journals print nonsense. (And good doctors too).

It is hard to believe the drivel some people are prepared to countenance just because it is supposed to be very old drivel. Chen KL, et al. Acupuncture in the neonatal intensive care unit-using ancient medicine to help today’s babies: … Continue reading

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Not neonatology; trip to Western Canada.

I have just returned from summer vacation, we were very fortunate with the weather and with the wildlife viewing. I have put 2 new pages up of my photos under the “Photos” item on the menu at the top of … Continue reading

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Using less antibiotics

Most newborns who receive antibiotics are not infected. This is true of full term babies in normal newborn care, and preterms in the NICU. For most infants antibiotics can be stopped after 36 hours if cultures are negative at that … Continue reading

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Life, and medicine, with a disability

I met the author of this article at a CPS meeting a few years ago, she immediately impressed me with her unique perspective. Paige is a developmental pediatrician who does long-term follow-up of preterms, and is involved in developmental evaluation … Continue reading

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