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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 107, Number 4, 1 April 2018

Highlights in this issue
pp. 546-547(2)
Authors: Käll, Anna; Lagercrantz, Hugo

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Young Investigator Award 2017
pp. 548-548(1)
Author: Lagercrantz, Hugo

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Playing music to preemies: boosting of soothing the brain?
pp. 549-550(2)
Author: Vanhatalo, Sampsa

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A possible way to assess tidal exhaled nitric oxide in neonates and infants treated with nasal continuous positive airway pressure
pp. 557-559(3)
Authors: Schmidt, Birgitte J.; Reim, Pauline S.; Pedersen, Ole F.; Albertsen, Per; Greisen, Gorm; Jørgensen, Inger M.

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Narrative review shows that the short‐term use of ketorolac is safe and effective in the management of moderate‐to‐severe pain in children
pp. 560-567(8)
Authors: Marzuillo, Pierluigi; Calligaris, Lorenzo; Amoroso, Stefano; Barbi, Egidio

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Reviewing and addressing the link between mass media and the increase in obesity among European children: The European Academy of Paediatrics (EAP) and The European Childhood Obesity Group (ECOG) consensus statement
pp. 568-576(9)
Authors: Mazur, Artur; Caroli, Margherita; Radziewicz‐Winnicki, Igor; Nowicka, Paulina; Weghuber, Daniel; Neubauer, David; Dembiński, Łukasz; Crawley, Francis P.; White, Martin; Hadjipanayis, Adamos

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Cryopyrin‐associated periodic syndrome in early childhood can be successfully treated with interleukin‐1 blockades
pp. 577-580(4)
Authors: Eskola, Vesa; Pohjankoski, Heini; Kröger, Liisa; Aalto, Kristiina; Latva, Katariina; Korppi, Matti

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Walter Harris (1647–1732) and his contribution to paediatrics
pp. 581-581(1)
Author: Laios, Konstantinos

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Music exposure and maturation of late preterm sleep–wake cycles: a randomised crossover trial
pp. 582-586(5)
Authors: Stokes, Adia; Agthe, Alexander G.; El Metwally, Dina

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Effect of maturity and infection on the rate of relaxation of the respiratory muscles in ventilated, newborn infants
pp. 587-592(6)
Authors: Dassios, Theodore; Kaltsogianni, Ourania; Dixon, Paul; Greenough, Anne

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A randomised trial of enteral glutamine supplementation for very preterm children showed no beneficial or adverse long‐term neurodevelopmental outcomes
pp. 593-599(7)
Authors: Twilhaar, E. Sabrina; Kieviet, Jorrit F.; Oosterlaan, Jaap; Elburg, Ruurd M.

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Association of intralipid intake in extremely low birthweight infants with neurodevelopmental outcomes
pp. 600-604(5)
Authors: Oh, William; Przystac, Lynn; McKinley, Leslie; Tucker, Richard; McGowan, Elisabeth C.; Vohr, Betty R.

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Intravenous paracetamol was associated with closure of the ductus arteriosus in extremely premature infants
pp. 605-610(6)
Authors: Juujärvi, S; Saarela, T; Hallman, M; Aikio, O

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Phototherapy is commonly used for neonatal jaundice but greater control is needed to avoid toxicity in the most vulnerable infants
pp. 611-619(9)
Authors: Mreihil, Khalaf; Benth, Jūratė Šaltytė; Stensvold, Hans Jørgen; Nakstad, Britt; Hansen, Thor Willy Ruud; the Norwegian NICU Phototherapy Study Groupapa14141-cr-0006; the Norwegian Neonatal Networkapa14141-cr-0007

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Uniform national guidelines do not prevent wide variations in the clinical application of phototherapy for neonatal jaundice
pp. 620-627(8)
Authors: Mreihil, Khalaf; Nakstad, Britt; Stensvold, Hans Jørgen; Benth, Jūratė Šaltytė; Hansen, Thor Willy Ruud; the Norwegian NICU Phototherapy Study Groupapa14142-cr-0006; the Norwegian Neonatal Networkapa14142-cr-0007

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Cortisol and blood pressure levels decreased in fathers during the first hour of skin‐to‐skin contact with their premature babies
pp. 628-632(5)
Authors: Varela, Natalia; Tessier, Réjean; Tarabulsy, George; Pierce, Tamarha

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Long‐term cardiovascular reprogramming by short‐term perinatal exposure to nicotine's main metabolite cotinine
pp. 638-646(9)
Authors: Bastianini, Stefano; Lo Martire, Viviana; Silvani, Alessandro; Zoccoli, Giovanna; Berteotti, Chiara; Lagercrantz, Hugo; Arner, Anders; Cohen, Gary

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Repeated doses of salbutamol and aeroallergen sensitisation both increased salbutamol‐induced hypoxia in children and adolescents with acute asthma
pp. 647-652(6)
Authors: Ozer, Murat; Buyuktiryaki, Betul; Sahiner, Umit Murat; Teksam, Ozlem; Karaatmaca, Betul; Soyer, Ozge; Sekerel, Bulent Enis

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Sleep disorders in obese children are not limited to obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome
pp. 658-665(8)
Authors: Carriere, Caroline; Coste, Olivier; Meiffred‐Drouet, Marie‐Claire; Barat, Pascal; Thibault, Hélène

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Randomised study found that improved nutritional intake was associated with better sleep patterns in prepubertal children who were both short and lean
pp. 666-671(6)
Authors: Yackobovitch‐Gavan, Michal; Machtei, Ayelet; Lazar, Liora; Shamir, Raanan; Phillip, Moshe; Lebenthal, Yael

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The highest mortality rates in childhood dilated cardiomyopathy occur during the first year after diagnosis
pp. 672-677(6)
Authors: Fadl, Shalan; Wåhlander, Håkan; Fall, Katja; Cao, Yang; Sunnegårdh, Jan

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Endocrine manifestations in children with Williams–Beuren syndrome
pp. 678-684(7)
Authors: Levy‐Shraga, Yael; Gothelf, Doron; Pinchevski‐Kadir, Shiran; Katz, Uriel; Modan‐Moses, Dalit

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Use of social media is associated with short sleep duration in a dose–response manner in students aged 11 to 20 years
pp. 694-700(7)
Authors: Sampasa‐Kanyinga, Hugues; Hamilton, Hayley A; Chaput, Jean‐Philippe

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A comparative study found that a seven‐year school‐based exercise programme increased physical activity levels in both sexes
pp. 701-707(7)
Authors: Cronholm, Felix; Rosengren, Björn E.; Karlsson, Caroline; Karlsson, Magnus K.

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Multicountry cross‐sectional study found that functional gastrointestinal disorders such as colic and functional dyschezia were common in South American infants
pp. 708-713(6)
Authors: Chogle, Ashish; Velasco‐Benitez, Carlos A.; Chanis, Ricardo; Mejia, Milton; Saps, Miguel

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A higher level of ketonaemia does not predict oral rehydration failure in vomiting paediatric patients and routine measurement is unnecessary
pp. 714-717(4)
Authors: Torres, Lucía; Sánchez, Marina; Cid, Blanca; Vicente, Eva; Velasco, Roberto

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