Multiple risks for long-term cognitive impairments following preterm birth
Should we assess pain in newborn infants using a scoring system or just a detection method?
Current research suggests that the future looks brighter for cerebral oxygenation monitoring in preterm infants
Scrubbing the hub of intravenous catheters with an alcohol wipe for 15 sec reduced neonatal sepsis
Two-day-old newborn infants recognise their mother by her axillary odour
Less invasive surfactant administration is associated with improved pulmonary outcomes in spontaneously breathing preterm infants
A comparison of seasonal variations in rotavirus antibodies in the breast milk of Swedish and Bangladeshi mothers
Childhood cardiac outcome after intrauterine laser treatment of twin–twin transfusion syndrome is favourable
Perinatal conditions related to growth restriction and inflammation are associated with an increased risk of bronchopulmonary dysplasia
Very low birthweight bronchopulmonary dysplasia survivors show no substantial association between lung function and current inflammatory markers
Hospitalisation costs for infant bronchiolitis are up to 20 times higher if intensive care is needed
Predictors of continued playing or singing – from childhood and adolescence to adult years
Regular moderate exercise during pregnancy does not have an adverse effect on the neurodevelopment of the child
Cognitive outcome varies in adolescents born preterm, depending on gestational age, intrauterine growth and neonatal complications
Young low-income ethnic minority children watch less television when their mothers regulate what they are viewing
Evening media exposure reduces night-time sleep
Cardiac biomarkers indicate a need for sensitive cardiac imaging among long-term childhood cancer survivors exposed to anthracyclines
Quality of life among Swedish school children who experienced multitype child maltreatment
The quick and easy Mongolian Rapid Baby Scale shows good concurrent validity and sensitivity
Children hospitalised with influenza-associated pneumonia during the 2009 pandemic displayed increased disease severity
Infants with viral bronchiolitis demonstrate two distinct patterns of nocturnal oxyhaemoglobin desaturation
The epidemiology, clinical course and outcome of febrile cytopenia in children
Boys who are born preterm show a relative lack of fat-free mass at 5 years of age compared to their peers
Very preterm children are at increased risk of reduced processing speed at 5 years of age, predicted by typical complications of prematurity and prenatal smoking
Do we have an answer when it comes to providing extremely preterm infants with optimal target oxygen saturation?
Ecthyma gangrenosum skin lesions in previously healthy children