What we do in neonatal analgesia overshadows how we do it
Elevated serum adipsin may predict unsuccessful treatment for cows’ milk allergy but other biomarkers do not
Translating animal research from the laboratory to the neonatal clinical arena requires great caution
High blood pressure in the young: why should we care?
High-sensitivity C-reactive protein concentration in young adults in the Helsinki Study of Very Low Birth Weight Adults
Oxygen, weight gain, IGF-1 and ROP: not a straight-forward equation
Antenatal magnesium for preterm delivery reduces risk of cerebral palsy among surviving very preterm infants
IMPACT-III is a valid and reliable questionnaire for assessing health-related quality of life in Swedish children with inflammatory bowel disease
The Internet Game Use-Elicited Symptom Screen proved to be a valid tool for adolescents aged 10–19 years
Severe obesity is a limitation for the use of body mass index standard deviation scores in children and adolescents
Children in out-of-home care are at high risk of somatic, dental and mental ill health
Norepinephrine infusion improves haemodynamics in the preterm infants during septic shock
Functional variants in intercellular adhesion molecule-1 and toll-like receptor-4 genes are more frequent in children with febrile urinary tract infection with renal parenchymal involvement
Evaluation of neonatal transport in a European country shows that regional provision is not cost-effective or sustainable and needs to be re-organised
Assessing bone development in preterm infants using quantitative ultrasonography showed a decline in the early postnatal period
Families' perceived benefits of home visits for managing paediatric obesity outweigh the potential costs and barriers
Communication between healthcare professionals and parents is a key factor in involving parents in neonatal intensive care
Near-infrared spectroscopy is a promising noninvasive technique for monitoring the effects of feeding regimens on the cerebral and splanchnic regions
Arterial catheterisation in neonates can result in severe ischaemic complications but does not impair long-term extremity function
Challenging intra-institutional moral complicity
The distance between the delivery room and neonatal intensive care unit had no impact on the respiratory management of preterm infants at birth
Respiratory morbidity was an important consequence of prematurity in the first two years after discharge in three cohorts from 1996 to 2009
Performing a urine dipstick test with a clean-catch urine sample is an accurate screening method for urinary tract infections in young infants
Parents spend an average of nine hours a day providing palliative care for children at home and need to maintain an average of five life-saving devices
Teamwork and conflicts in paediatric end-of-life care
The early signs of reading difficulties at school can start with foetal growth restriction
Nutritional support in paediatric Crohn's disease: outcome at 12 months
National allergy programme had little impact on parent-reported food allergies in children aged 6–7 years
Symptom management and psychological support for families are the cornerstones of end-of-life care for children with spinal muscular atrophy type 1
Using the Sophia Observational Withdrawal Scale improved the assessment of paediatric iatrogenic withdrawal symptoms
Music exposure and maturation of late preterm sleep–wake cycles: a randomised crossover trial
Follow-up protocol was useful for children whose parents attended emergency departments after partner violence, substance abuse or a suicide attempt
Extremely prematurely born adolescents self-report of anxiety symptoms, and the mothers' reports on their offspring
Introducing universal ultrasound screening for developmental dysplasia of the hip doubled the treatment rate
Failing to meet relative humidity targets for incubated neonates causes higher heat loss and metabolic costs in the first week of life
Number needed to suffer?
Preterm infants with necrotising enterocolitis demonstrate individual and unbalanced gut microbiota
Sex and maturity status affected the validity of a submaximal cycle test in adolescents
Persistent pain in neonates: challenges in assessment without the aid of a clinical tool
Oropharyngeal surfactant can improve initial stabilisation and reduce rescue intubation in infants born below 25 weeks of gestation
National survey on managing minor childhood traumatic head injuries in the Netherlands shows low guideline adherence and large interhospital variations
Skin-to-skin back transfers provide a feasible, safe and low-stress alternative to conventional neonatal transport
Physical activity may decrease the likelihood of children developing constipation
Urinary prostaglandin D2 metabolite excretion during the first six months of life was significantly lower in breast-fed than formula-fed infants
Investigation and management of gastro-oesophageal reflux in United Kingdom neonatal intensive care units
Cerebral oxygenation measured by near-infrared spectroscopy correlates with arterial oxygenation only poorly in preterm infants – a strength of that technology?
Elective transfers of preterm neonates to regional centres on non-invasive respiratory support is cost effective and increases tertiary care bed capacity
Deaths and end-of-life decisions differed between neonatal and paediatric intensive care units at the same children's hospital
Establishing a regional paediatric registry improved the overview and detection of side effects in children on anticoagulants
Implementing higher oxygen saturation targets reduced the impact of poor weight gain as a predictor for retinopathy of prematurity
Survey shows that Swedish healthcare professionals have a positive attitude towards surrogacy but the health of the child is a concern
Oxygen needs during resuscitation and surfactant to achieve stabilisation were independent risks factors for pulmonary interstitial emphysema in preterm infants
Preschool children living in joint physical custody arrangements show less psychological symptoms than those living mostly or only with one parent
Dopamine plasma clearance is increased in piglets compared to neonates during continuous dopamine infusion
A review of international clinical practice guidelines for the use of oxygen in the delivery room resuscitation of preterm infants
Survey highlights the need for specific interventions to reduce frequent conflicts between healthcare professionals providing paediatric end-of-life care
It is not ethical to save an infant's life just because we can, without due regard to outcome
Foetal growth restriction is associated with poor reading and spelling skills at eight years to 10 years of age
Shared decision-making, value pluralism and the zone of parental discretion
A longitudinal study of cognitive and educational outcomes of those born small for gestational age
Why was a local anaesthetic used before administering intranasal ketamine for paediatric injuries?
Toll-like receptor 1 and 10 gene polymorphisms are linked to postbronchiolitis asthma in adolescence
Quality predictors of parental satisfaction after birth of infants with life-limiting conditions
National epidemiological study reveals longer paediatric bone and joint infection stays for infants and in general hospitals
The potential implications of using disability-free survival and number needed to suffer as outcome measures for neonatal intensive care
Using internal and external reviewers can help to optimise neonatal mortality and morbidity conferences
In vivo assessment by parents and a physician using the Amsterdam Infant Stool Scale provided better inter-rater agreement than photographic evaluation
Serum Shiga toxin 2 values in patients during acute phase of diarrhoea-associated haemolytic uraemic syndrome
Children under 12 months could benefit from a therapeutic trial with bronchodilators if the clinical response is positive
Parental factors affecting the circumcision of non-Muslim Chinese boys include education and family history
Alcohol consumption is higher among left-behind Chinese children whose parents leave rural areas to work
Neonatal oesophageal and axilla temperatures in the neonatal intensive care unit care
Impact of intrauterine growth restriction on preterm lung disease
Less severe cerebral palsy outcomes in infants treated with therapeutic hypothermia
Performing red reflex eye examinations increases the rate of neonatal conjunctivitis
Parenteral phosphate and amino acids supply effect on the growth of extremely preterm infants: accurate measurements and optimized statistical analysis are important
Children with recurrent psychosomatic abdominal pain display increased morning salivary cortisol and high serum cortisol concentrations
The prevalence of acute kidney injury in neonates with birth asphyxia is higher in the Democratic Republic of Congo than in Western countries
To Virella et al. and to Acta Paediatrica
Out-of-hospital deliveries have risen involving greater neonatal morbidity : Risk factors in out-of-hospital deliveries in one University Hospital region in Finland
Malnutrition is common in Ugandan children with cerebral palsy, particularly those over the age of five and those who had neonatal complications
Virus-induced wheezing in infants aged 12–24 months and bronchiolitis in infants under 6 months are different clinical entities
Preventing mother-to-child transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus in Southern Africa
Transition between stunted and nonstunted status: both occur from birth to 15 years of age in Malawi children
High rate of sickle cell anaemia in Sub-Saharan Africa underlines the need to screen all children with severe anaemia for the disease
The incidence of type 1 diabetes is still increasing in the Netherlands, but has stabilised in children under five (Young DUDEs-1)
Ultrasound observations of subtle movements: a pilot study comparing foetuses of smoking and nonsmoking mothers
Codeine should not be prescribed for breastfeeding mothers or children under the age of 12
Teenagers and young adults with neurofibromatosis type 1 are more likely to experience loneliness than siblings without the illness
On the importance – and unimportance – of gestational age
Implementation of NICE guidance on urinary tract infections in children in primary and secondary care
Using a modified Seldinger technique is an effective way of placing femoral venous catheters in critically ill infants
Risky sexual behaviour among adolescents may be related to ADHD
Back to the future – a case for home visits for managing severe paediatric obesity
Increased mRNA expression of glucocorticoid receptor-P in placenta is associated with a decreased risk of allergen sensitisation in the child
A mean body temperature of 37°C for incubated preterm infants is associated with lower energy costs in the first 11 days of life
Gastric fluid cytokines are associated with chorioamnionitis and white blood cell counts in preterm infants
Social equity in perinatal survival: a case–control study at hospitals in Kigali, Rwanda
Being overweight or obese is associated with inhibition control in children from six to ten years of age
Urinary and Fecal Incontinence. A Training Program for Children and Adolescents
Understanding Differences and Disorders of Sex Development (DSD)
Evaluation of a new end-tidal carbon monoxide monitor from the bench to the bedside
Salivary lactate dehydrogenase levels can provide early diagnosis of hypoxic–ischaemic encephalopathy in neonates with birth asphyxia
Safe patient monitoring is challenging but still feasible in a neonatal intensive care unit with single family rooms
Peripheral venous catheter related complications are common among paediatric and neonatal patients
Rare copy number variants are common in young children with autism spectrum disorder
New reference charts for testicular volume in Dutch children and adolescents allow the calculation of standard deviation scores
Neonatal resuscitation in Vietnam: a national survey of a middle-income country
Pulse oximetry screening and prenatal diagnosis play complementary roles in reducing risks in simple transposition of the great arteries
Moderate and extended neonatal resuscitations occur in one in 10 births and require specialist cover 24 hours a day
Multidisciplinary residential treatment can improve perceptual-motor function in obese children
C F Louis Leipoldt (1880–1947): Controversial paediatrician and prolific writer who cared passionately about the health of children
Barriers to access reproductive health care for pregnant adolescent girls: a qualitative study in Tanzania
Intrauterine growth restriction – a population-based study of the association with academic performance and psychiatric health
Skills retention 3 months after neonatal resuscitation training in a cohort of healthcare workers in Sierra Leone
Rhinovirus bronchiolitis: to be or not to be?
Icons in paediatrics: Arvo Henrik Ylppö (1887–1992)
Activating calcium-sensing receptor gene variants in children: a case study of infant hypocalcaemia and literature review
Independence does not come with the method – treatment of neurogenic bowel dysfunction in children with myelomeningocele
Nordic pulse oximetry screening – implementation status and proposal for uniform guidelines
The effects of olfactory stimulation and gender differences on pain responses in full-term infants
Exercise reduces the symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and improves social behaviour, motor skills, strength and neuropsychological parameters
Transient erythroblastopenia of childhood is an underdiagnosed and self-limiting disease
What all physicians should know about the potential radiation risk that computed tomography poses for paediatric patients
Effect of carbon dioxide on cerebral blood flow velocity in preterm infants during postnatal transition
The challenges of caring for children with nephrotic syndrome in a tertiary institution in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Do paediatric residents have the skills to ‘lead’ newborn resuscitations?
Exhaled carbon dioxide can be used to guide respiratory support in the delivery room
Chest physiotherapy for acute wheezing: an inappropriate protocol in a misdiagnosed group of patients
Amplitude-integrated electroencephalography shows that doxapram influences the brain activity of preterm infants
We are Our Brains. A Neurobiography of the Brain from the Womb to Alzheimer′s
Evaluation and management of hyponatraemia in children
Clinical and laboratory indices of severe renal lesions in children with febrile urinary tract infection
Caesarean delivery is associated with childhood general obesity but not abdominal obesity in Iranian elementary school children
Newborn regional body composition is influenced by maternal obesity, gestational weight gain and the birthweight standard score
Assessment of biochemical liver markers, physical activity, fitness and body mass index for a cardiometabolic risk model in childhood
Mask leak increases and minute ventilation decreases when chest compressions are added to bag ventilation in a neonatal manikin model
How mothers perceive infants with unspecific gastrointestinal symptoms suggestive of cow's milk allergy?
Chest physiotherapy is not clinically indicated for infants receiving outpatient care for acute wheezing episodes
The Swedish polio vaccine in memoriam
Children under the age of two are more likely to watch inappropriate background media than older children
Respiratory viral infections are not uncommon in neonatal intensive care units
Children born extremely preterm show significant lower cognitive, language and motor function levels compared with children born at term, as measured by the Bayley-III at 2.5 years
High-flow nasal cannula on transport: moving with the times