Issue Information
Highlights in this issue
Blowing the whistle : moral distress and advocacy for preterm infants and their families
How do we measure childhood?
Periviability and the ‘god committee’
Child health in Sweden is characterised by good health and low accidents, but rising psychological problems
Systematic review of nonpharmacological analgesic interventions for common needle‐related procedure in newborn infants and development of evidence‐based clinical guidelines
Child survival revolutions revisited – lessons learned from Bangladesh, Nicaragua, Rwanda and Vietnam
Parents' presence and parent–infant closeness in 11 neonatal intensive care units in six European countries vary between and within the countries
Assessing the growth of preterm infants using detailed anthropometry
Survey of neonatal resuscitation practices showed post‐training improvements but need to reinforce preterm management, monitoring and adrenaline use
The Global Network Neonatal Cause of Death algorithm for low‐resource settings
Neonatal somatosensory evoked potentials persist during hypothermia
Higher growth, fat and fat‐free masses correlate with larger cerebellar volumes in preterm infants at term
Auditory impairment in infants with neonatal chronic lung disease is alleviated after term
The multidisciplinary fetal center : clinical expertise is only part of the experience
Observation method identifies that a lack of canonical babbling can indicate future speech and language problems
Birth asphyxia measured by the pH value of the umbilical cord blood may predict an increased risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Sapropterin treatment does not enhance the health‐related quality of life of patients with phenylketonuria and their parents
Most children who took part in a comprehensive malnutrition programme in Madagascar reached and maintained the recovery threshold
Large population study shows that adolescents with celiac disease have an increased risk of multiple autoimmune and nonautoimmune comorbidities
The clinical spectrum of coeliac disease : beyond autoimmunity
The HemoCue WBC DIFF system could be used for leucocyte and neutrophil counts but not for full differential counts
The triglyceride and glucose index is useful for recognising insulin resistance in children
The amount of television that infants and their parents watched influenced children's viewing habits when they got older
Children aged two to four are able to scribble and draw using a smartphone app
Student peer teaching in paediatric simulation training is a feasible low‐cost alternative for education
Practitioner perceptions of the anaesthetic needs for magnetic resonance imaging in paediatric patients
A novel missense mutation Q495K of SLC26A3 gene identified in a Chinese child with congenital chloride‐losing diarrhoea
Child mental health behaviours that predicted the use of health services in Wales from 2011 to 2014
The limitations of pulse oximetry for critical congenital heart disease screening in the neonatal intensive care units
Pulse oximetry is a feasible method for detecting neonatal critical congenital heart disease
Response : Slykerman et al.'s antibiotics in the first year of life and subsequent neurocognitive outcome
Response to a letter to the editor
Permissive hypercapnia in extremely low‐birthweight infants : how far should we go?
Twin birth – planned vaginal delivery still standard of care
Predictors for referral‐warranted retinopathy of prematurity
Oxygen‐saturation targets in extremely preterm infants
Handbook of Child & Adolescent Tuberculosis. Edited by Starke JR, Donald PR. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, 2016. 448 pp, first edition published in 2016.