Highlights in this issue
Consequences of prenatal opioid use for newborns
Sepsis as a risk factor for neonatal morbidity in extremely preterm infants
Extremely preterm infants who are small for gestational age have a high risk of early hypophosphatemia and hypokalemia
Automated control of inspired oxygen in ventilated preterm infants: crossover physiological study
Foetal tachyarrhythmia treatment remains challenging even if the vast majority of cases have a favourable outcome
Preterm birth may be a larger risk factor for increased blood pressure than intrauterine growth restriction
Some neonatal risk factors for adult pulmonary arterial hypertension remain unknown
An interdisciplinary specialist team leads to improved diagnostics and treatment for paediatric patients with vascular anomalies
The clinical presentation of acute bacterial meningitis varies with age, sex and duration of illness
Children with cerebral palsy do not achieve healthy physical activity levels
A new non-invasive method of infant spirometry demonstrates a level of repeatability that is comparable to traditional methods
A rapid growth rate in early childhood is a risk factor for becoming overweight in late adolescence
Psychological distress of children with early-onset type 1 diabetes and their mothers' well-being
Gestational weight gain and body mass indexes have an impact on the outcomes of diabetic mothers and infants
Abdominal pain symptoms are associated with anxiety and depression in young children
Half of the children who received oral immunotherapy for a cows' milk allergy consumed milk freely after 2.5 years
Patients with lymphatic malformations who receive the immunostimulant OK-432 experience excellent long-term outcomes
Adolescents who were born extremely preterm demonstrate modest decreases in exercise capacity
Parents tend to underestimate cognitive deficits in 10- to 13-year-olds born with an extremely low birth weight
Respiratory illness contributed significantly to morbidity in children born extremely premature or with extremely low birthweights in 1999–2000
Accuracy of caregivers' recall of hospital admissions: implications for research
Doctors' perceptions of the cost of consumable items used in neonatal intensive care
Ethics consultation and everyday hospital practice: insights and questions
Research on improving parental well-being in a neonatal intensive care unit had a number of flaws
Providing parents with individualised support in a neonatal intensive care unit reduced stress, anxiety and depression
New guidance is needed on diagnosing microcephaly in severely malnourished children
Actigraphy is not a reliable method for measuring sleep patterns in neonates
Using a novel laminar flow unit provided effective total body hypothermia for neonatal hypoxic encephalopathy
Using isopropyl alcohol impregnated disinfection caps in the neonatal intensive care unit can cause isopropyl alcohol toxicity
Alcohol during pregnancy worsens acute respiratory infections in children
Gluten and casein supplementation does not increase symptoms in children with autism spectrum disorder
Association between Down syndrome and mortality in young children with critical illness: a propensity-matched analysis
Guidelines for urinary tract infections and antenatal hydronephrosis should be gender specific
Urine exoglycosidases are potential markers of renal tubular injury in children with ureteropelvic junction obstruction
Advantages of collecting multiple urinary iodine concentrations when assessing iodine status of a population
Pain activates a defined area of the somatosensory and motor cortex in newborn infants
Parenteral nutrition with fish oil supplements is safe and seems to be effective in severe preterm neonates with respiratory distress syndrome