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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 106, Number 10, 1 October 2017

Highlights in this issue
pp. 1546-1547(2)
Authors: Käll, Anna; Lagercrantz, Hugo

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Is 100% oxygen a sticking plaster for sore neonatal ventilation skills?
pp. 1548-1549(2)
Authors: Solevåg, Anne Lee; Schmölzer, Georg M.

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Global gains after Helping Babies Breathe
pp. 1550-1551(2)
Author: Niermeyer, Susan

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Helping babies breathe can reduce deaths with the right combination of training and expertise
pp. 1552-1553(2)
Authors: Enweronu‐Laryea, Christabel; Robertson, Nicola Jayne

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One oxygen breath shortened the time to return of spontaneous circulation in severely asphyxiated piglets
pp. 1556-1563(8)
Authors: Linner, Rikard; Cunha‐Goncalves, Doris; Perez‐de‐Sa, Valeria

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Normal neonatal hearing screening did not preclude sensorineural hearing loss in two‐year‐old very preterm infants
pp. 1569-1575(7)
Authors: Noort‐van der Spek, Inge L.; Goedegebure, André; Hartwig, Nico G.; Kornelisse, René F.; Franken, Marie‐Christine J. P.; Weisglas‐Kuperus, Nynke

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Phenotypic characterisation of coagulase‐negative staphylococci isolated from blood cultures in newborn infants, with a special focus on Staphylococcus capitis
pp. 1576-1582(7)
Authors: Ehlersson, Gustaf; Hellmark, Bengt; Svartström, Olov; Stenmark, Bianca; Söderquist, Bo

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Adipokines played a limited role in predicting temporary growth differences between very low birthweight infants with and without bronchopulmonary dysplasia
pp. 1583-1588(6)
Authors: Lehtinen, A; Korhonen, P; Hyödynmaa, E; Koivisto, AM; Peltola, T; Hämäläinen, M; Moilanen, E; Tammela, O

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Nonrandomised interventional study showed that early aggressive nutrition was effective in reducing postnatal growth restriction in preterm infants
pp. 1589-1595(7)
Authors: Genoni, Giulia; Binotti, Marco; Monzani, Alice; Bernascone, Elena; Stasi, Ilaria; Bona, Gianni; Ferrero, Federica

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A temperature gradient may support mother‐infant thermal identification and communication in the breast crawl from birth to breastfeeding
pp. 1596-1599(4)
Authors: Zanardo, Vincenzo; Volpe, Francesca; Luca, Federico; Straface, Gianluca

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Very preterm children with fetal growth restriction demonstrated altered white matter maturation at nine years of age
pp. 1600-1607(8)
Authors: Saunavaara, Virva; Kallankari, Hanna; Parkkola, Riitta; Haataja, Leena; Olsén, Päivi; Hallman, Mikko; Kaukola, Tuula

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Prevention and recognition of abusive head trauma: training for healthcare professionals in Vietnam
pp. 1608-1616(9)
Authors: Fraser, Jennifer A.; Flemington, Tara; Doan, Thi Ngoc Diep; Hoang, Minh Tu Van; Doan, Thi Le Binh; Ha, Manh Tuan

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Using a standardised protocol was effective in reducing hospitalisation and treatment use in children with newly diagnosed immune thrombocytopenia
pp. 1617-1623(7)
Authors: Labrosse, R; Vincent, M; Nguyen, U‐P; Chartrand, C; Di Liddo, L; Pastore, Y

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Swedish population‐based study of pupils showed that foster children faced increased risks for ill health, negative lifestyles and school failure
pp. 1635-1641(7)
Authors: Engh, Lisbet; Janson, Staffan; Svensson, Birgitta; Bornehag, Carl‐Gustaf; Eriksson, Ulla‐Britt

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Short stature homeobox‐containing gene duplications in 3.7% of girls with tall stature and normal karyotypes
pp. 1651-1657(7)
Authors: Upners, Emmie N.; Jensen, Rikke B.; Rajpert‐De Meyts, Ewa; Dunø, Morten; Aksglaede, Lise; Juul, Anders

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Lean mass explains the association between muscular fitness and bone outcomes in 13‐year‐old boys
pp. 1658-1665(8)
Authors: Ubago‐Guisado, Esther; Vlachopoulos, Dimitris; Ferreira de Moraes, Augusto César; Torres‐Costoso, Ana; Wilkinson, Kelly; Metcalf, Brad; Sánchez‐Sánchez, Javier; Gallardo, Leonor; Gracia‐Marco, Luis

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Using quality improvement to decrease birth asphyxia rates after ‘Helping Babies Breathe’ training in Kenya
pp. 1666-1673(8)
Authors: Rule, Amy R.L.; Maina, Esther; Cheruiyot, David; Mueri, Priscilla; Simmons, Jeffrey M.; Kamath‐Rayne, Beena D.

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Up to 89% of neonates received antibiotics in cross‐sectional Indian study including those with no infections and unclear diagnoses
pp. 1674-1683(10)
Authors: Hauge, Camilla; Stålsby Lundborg, Cecilia; Mandaliya, Jagdish; Marrone, Gaetano; Sharma, Megha

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Growth impairment and gonadal axis abnormalities are common in survivors of paediatric brain tumours
pp. 1684-1693(10)
Authors: Pietilä, Sari; Mäkipernaa, Anne; Koivisto, Anna‐Maija; Lenko, Hanna L.

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A parent–infant music therapy intervention to improve neurodevelopment after neonatal intensive care
pp. 1703-1704(2)
Authors: Hamm, Ellyn L.; Chorna, Olena D.; Flanery, Alicia; Maitre, Nathalie L.

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Point‐of‐care instruments need to offer high levels of accuracy
pp. 1707-1707(1)
Authors: Karawajczyk, Malgorzata; Larsson, Anders

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Antenatal betamethasone for women at risk for late preterm delivery reduces the rate of neonatal respiratory complications
pp. 1708-1708(1)
Authors: Canty, Hannah R.; Dukhovny, Stephanie; Warren, Jamie B.

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