Highlights in this issue
Focusing on paediatric excellence not tyrannical impact factors
Hyperoxia and cerebral vasoconstriction in healthy newborns
Comment on the editorial: Hyperoxia and cerebral vasoconstriction in healthy newborns
From emergent literacy to reading: how learning to read changes a child's brain
Transient hyperoxia does not affect regional cerebral tissue oxygen saturation in moderately preterm or term newborns
Decompressing posthaemorrhagic ventricular dilatation significantly improves regional cerebral oxygen saturation in preterm infants
Family Nurture Intervention in preterm infants alters frontal cortical functional connectivity assessed by EEG coherence
Breastfeeding and maternal sensitivity predict early infant temperament
A worrying trend in weight-adjusted paediatric antibiotic use in a Norwegian tertiary care hospital
Chorioretinal scars and visual deprivation are common in children with cochlear implants after congenital cytomegalovirus infection
Genes determining the severity of cerebral palsy: the role of single nucleotide polymorphisms on the amount and structure of apolipoprotein E
A persistently high body mass index increases the risk of atopic asthma at school age
Atopic dermatitis is more severe in children over the age of two who have an increased body mass index
Airway hyper-responsiveness to mannitol provides a good evaluation of atopy in childhood asthma
Relaxation and guided imagery do not reduce stress, pain and unpleasantness for 11- to 12-year-old girls during vaccinations
Estimated glomerular filtration rates cannot replace measured GFR in type 1 diabetes patients with hyperfiltration
Incidence, treatment and survival of paediatric patients with bone sarcomas in Finland from 1991 to 2005
Amplitude-integrated electroencephalography shows mild delays in electrocortical activity in preterm infants born small for gestational age
Markedly raised levels of C-reactive protein are associated with culture-proven sepsis or necrotising enterocolitis in extremely preterm neonates
Neonates with Bartter syndrome have enormous fluid and sodium requirements
Providing parents with individualised support in a neonatal intensive care unit reduced stress, anxiety and depression
Maternal psychological distress and visitation to the neonatal intensive care unit
Spontaneous postnatal growth is reduced in children with CHARGE syndrome
Patients with eating disorders showed no signs of coeliac disease before and after nutritional intervention
Incidence and morbidity of urinary tract infection in a prospective cohort of children