International Young Investigator Award 2013
Maternal singing for preterm infants during kangaroo care comforts both the mother and baby
Rhinovirus bronchiolitis: to be or not to be?
A review of the innate immune defence of the human foetus and newborn, with the emphasis on antimicrobial peptides
Safe oxygen saturation targeting and monitoring in preterm infants: can we avoid hypoxia and hyperoxia?
L-citrulline provides a novel strategy for treating chronic pulmonary hypertension in newborn infants
Evaluation and management of hyponatraemia in children
Our child is not just a gestational age. A first-hand account of what parents want and need to know before premature birth
Maternal singing during kangaroo care led to autonomic stability in preterm infants and reduced maternal anxiety
First-time events between parents and preterm infants are affected by the designs and routines of neonatal intensive care units
Hand hygiene with alcohol hand rub and gloves reduces the incidence of late onset sepsis in preterm neonates
Consciousness without cortex: a hydranencephaly family survey
Adolescents born prematurely with isolated grade 2 haemorrhage in the early 1990s face increased risks of learning challenges
Parental feeding control in relation to feeding mode and growth pattern during early infancy
Five-region study finds no evidence of undiagnosed type 2 diabetes in Swedish 11- to 13-year-olds
Danish children born to parents with lower levels of education are more likely to become overweight
Infants under 6 months with bronchiolitis are most likely to need major medical interventions in the 5 days after onset
Recurrent wheezing 36 months after bronchiolitis is associated with rhinovirus infections and blood eosinophilia
Timely empiric antimicrobials are associated with faster microbiologic clearance in preterm neonates with late-onset bloodstream infections
Eating problems in very low birthweight children are highest during the first year and independent risk factors include duration of invasive ventilation
Arginase I gene single-nucleotide polymorphism is associated with decreased risk of pulmonary hypertension in bronchopulmonary dysplasia
Programme to provide Quebec infants with free vitamin D supplements failed to encourage participation or adherence
Free voiding patterns in preterm and full-term newborn infants are different between males and females
Lower urinary tract dysfunction is frequently seen in urinary tract infections in children and is often associated with reduced quality of life
Parents and primary care physicians have different views about copying medical letters to parents after paediatric outpatient visits