» Seminars in fetal and neonatal medicine delivery room emergencies
18/11/19 00:00 from Seminars in Fetal & Neonatal Medicine
The few minutes that precede and follow birth are some of the most drastic and significant in terms of changes in physiology and possible lifelong consequences. Within a few seconds, the newborn has to shift from a state in which gas exc...

» Neonatal monitoring during delivery room emergencies
03/11/19 21:29 from Seminars in Fetal & Neonatal Medicine
Fetal to neonatal transition after birth is a complex, well-coordinated process involving multiple organ systems. Any significant derangement in this process increases the risk of death and other adverse outcomes, underlying the importan...

» Issues in cardiopulmonary transition at birth
10/10/19 00:00 from Seminars in Fetal & Neonatal Medicine
The transition from fetal to newborn life involves a complex series of physiological events that commences with lung aeration, which is thought to involve 3 mechanisms. Two mechanisms occur during labour, Na+ reabsorption and fetal postu...

» Delivery room emergencies in critical congenital heart diseases
30/09/19 00:00 from Seminars in Fetal & Neonatal Medicine
Transition from fetal to postnatal life is a complex process. Even in the absence of congenital heart disease, about 4–10% of newborns require some form of assistance in the delivery room. Neonates with complex congenital heart disease s...

» Circulatory emergencies in the delivery room
25/09/19 00:00 from Seminars in Fetal & Neonatal Medicine
The transition from fetal to neonatal life is a dramatic and complex process involving extensive physiologic changes, which are most obvious at the time of birth. Individuals who care for newly born infants must monitor the progress of t...

» Epidemiology of group B streptococcal infection in pregnant women and diseased infants in mainland China
21/08/19 00:00 from Pediatrics & Neonatology
Group B Streptococcus (GBS) is a leading cause of neonatal sepsis and an important cause of maternal disease in many countries; however, no accurate population-based epidemiological data on GBS is yet available in mainland China. In this...

» New insights into fetal pain
31/05/19 00:00 from Seminars in Fetal & Neonatal Medicine
Fetal pain is difficult to assess, because the main feature needed to spot pain, is the subject's capability of declaring it. Nonetheless, much can be affirmed about this issue. In this review we first report the epochs of the developmen...

» Impact of maternal intrapartum antibiotics on the initial oral microbiome of neonates
02/05/19 00:00 from Pediatrics & Neonatology
Prior studies have proposed that maternal intrapartum antibiotic exposure shapes the gut microbiota and, subsequently the child's health. However, the effect of maternal intrapartum antibiotic exposure and its influence on the developmen...

» Secular trends of birthweight in boys from 1950 to 2010
23/02/19 00:00 from Pediatrics & Neonatology
Birthweight is an indicator of fetal development and intrauterine conditions and is associated with future health outcomes. Secular birthweight trends prior to the 1970s are mostly unknown. Our aim was to explore secular birthweight tren...

» Maternal HBeAg positivity and viremia associated with umbilical cord blood hepatitis B viremia
22/01/19 00:00 from Pediatrics & Neonatology
Hepatitis B (HBV) transmission may result from in utero transmission. We aimed to determine the correlation between maternal serum and umbilical cord blood HBV DNA levels in infants delivered by chronic HBV-infected mothers and to descri...

» DNA methylation of the Rtl1 promoter in the placentas with fetal growth restriction
21/01/19 00:00 from Pediatrics & Neonatology
Small for gestational age (SGA) babies experience fetal growth restriction because of placental insufficiency, and aberrant fetal growth has been linked to DNA methylation in the placenta. An imprinted gene encoding retrotransposon-like ...

» Maternal High-Fat Diet Modifies the Immature Hippocampus Vulnerability to Perinatal Asphyxia in Rats
22/08/18 10:24 from NEO : Last 10 articles
Background: High-fat diet (HFD) is a detrimental habit with harmful systemic consequences, including low-grade, long-lasting inflammation. During pregnancy, HFD can induce developmental changes. Moreover, HFD-related maternal obesity mig...

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