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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 107, Number 5, 1 May 2018

Highlights in this issue
pp. 728-729(2)
Authors: Käll, Anna; Lagercrantz, Hugo

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The tangled duo of anaemia and transfusion travel together, that is the problem
pp. 730-731(2)
Authors: Kirpalani, Haresh; Whyte, Robin

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Oxygen, weight gain, IGF‐1 and ROP: not a straight‐forward equation
pp. 732-733(2)
Authors: Darlow, Brian A.; Binenbaum, Gil

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Review demonstrates that less invasive surfactant administration in preterm neonates leads to fewer complications
pp. 736-743(8)
Authors: Gortner, Ludwig; Schüller, Simone S.; Herting, Egbert

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A case report and literature review of autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in paediatric chronic pain
pp. 753-758(6)
Authors: Wiwe Lipsker, Camilla; Heijne, Margareta; Bölte, Sven; Wicksell, Rikard K.

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Duration of anaemia during the first week of life is an independent risk factor for retinopathy of prematurity
pp. 759-766(8)
Authors: Lundgren, Pia; Athikarisamy, Sam E.; Patole, Sanjay; Lam, Geoffrey C.; Smith, Lois E.; Simmer, Karen

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Open Access Implementing higher oxygen saturation targets reduced the impact of poor weight gain as a predictor for retinopathy of prematurity
pp. 767-773(7)
Authors: Lundgren, Pia; Hård, Anna–Lena; Wilde, Åsa; Löfqvist, Chatarina; Smith, Lois E. H.; Hellström, Ann

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Aetiology of neonatal conjunctivitis evaluated in a population‐based setting
pp. 774-779(6)
Authors: Honkila, Minna; Renko, Marjo; Ikäheimo, Irma; Pokka, Tytti; Uhari, Matti; Tapiainen, Terhi

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Open Access Five‐country manikin study found that neonatologists preferred using the LISAcath rather than the Angiocath for less invasive surfactant administration
pp. 780-783(4)
Authors: Fabbri, Laura; Klebermass‐Schrehof, Katrin; Aguar, Marta; Harrison, Catherine; Gulczyńska, Ewa; Santoro, Debora; Di Castri, Marco; Rigo, Vincent

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Painful procedures can affect post‐natal growth and neurodevelopment in preterm infants
pp. 784-790(7)
Authors: Coviello, Caterina; Popple Martinez, Marina; Drovandi, Livia; Corsini, Iuri; Leonardi, Valentina; Lunardi, Clara; Antonelli, Carla; Pratesi, Simone; Dani, Carlo

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Open Access Proactive telephone support provided to breastfeeding mothers of preterm infants after discharge: a randomised controlled trial
pp. 791-798(8)
Authors: Ericson, Jenny; Eriksson, Mats; Hellström‐Westas, Lena; Hoddinott, Pat; Flacking, Renée

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Prospective questionnaire study showed that higher self‐efficacy predicted longer exclusive breastfeeding by the mothers of late preterm infants
pp. 799-805(7)
Authors: Gerhardsson, Emma; Hildingsson, Ingegerd; Mattsson, Elisabet; Funkquist, Eva‐Lotta

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Pacifier use in newborns: related to socioeconomic status but not to early feeding performance
pp. 806-810(5)
Authors: Pineda, Roberta; Luong, Anhthi; Ryckman, Justin; Smith, Joan

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Extreme prematurity, treated retinopathy, bronchopulmonary dysplasia and cerebral palsy are significant risk factors for ophthalmological abnormalities at 6.5 years of age
pp. 811-821(11)
Authors: Hellström, Ann; Källén, Karin; Carlsson, Birgitta; Holmström, Gerd; Jakobsson, Peter; Lundgren, Pia; Serenius, Fredrik; Stjernqvist, Karin; Tornqvist, Kristina; Hellgren, Kerstin

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Impaired cognitive ability at 2.5 years predicts later visual and ophthalmological problems in children born very preterm
pp. 822-830(9)
Authors: Hreinsdottir, Jonina; Fredriksson Kaul, Ylva; Hellström‐Westas, Lena; Rosander, Kerstin; Hofsten, Claes; Holmström, Gerd

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National population‐based cohort study found that visual‐motor integration was commonly affected in extremely preterm born children at six‐and‐a‐half years
pp. 831-837(7)
Authors: Bolk, Jenny; Fredriksson Kaul, Ylva; Hellström‐Westas, Lena; Stjernqvist, Karin; Padilla, Nelly; Serenius, Fredrik; Hellgren, Kerstin; Åden, Ulrika

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Paediatricians’ expectations and perspectives regarding genetic testing for children with developmental disorders
pp. 838-844(7)
Authors: Tremblay, Isabelle; Laberge, Anne‐Marie; Cousineau, Dominique; Carmant, Lionel; Rowan, Anita; Janvier, Annie

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The five‐year survival of children with Down syndrome in Norway 1994–2009 differed by associated congenital heart defects and extracardiac malformations
pp. 845-853(9)
Authors: Brodwall, Kristoffer; Greve, Gottfried; Leirgul, Elisabeth; Klungsøyr, Kari; Holmstrøm, Henrik; Vollset, Stein Emil; Øyen, Nina

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Open Access Interaction between healthcare professionals and parents is a key determinant of parental distress during childhood hospitalisation for respiratory syncytial virus infection (European RSV Outcomes Study [EROS])
pp. 854-860(7)
Authors: Carbonell‐Estrany, Xavier; Dall'Agnola, Alberto; Fullarton, John R.; Rodgers‐Gray, Barry S.; Girardi, Elisa; Mussa, Alessandro; Paniagua, Natalia; Pieretto, Marta; Rodríguez‐Fernandez, Rosa; Manzoni, Paolo

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Wheat oral immunotherapy was moderately successful but was associated with very frequent adverse events in children aged 6–18 years
pp. 861-870(10)
Authors: Kulmala, Petri; Pelkonen, Anna S.; Kuitunen, Mikael; Paassilta, Marita; Remes, Sami; Schultz, Rüdiger; Dunder, Teija; Turunen, Sami; Mäkelä, Mika J.

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The distress thermometer provides a simple screening tool for selecting distressed childhood cancer survivors
pp. 871-874(4)
Authors: Geest, I.M.M.; Dorp, W.; Pluijm, S.M.F.; Heuvel‐Eibrink, M.M.

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Evaluation of bowel function in healthy children: untreated constipation is common
pp. 875-885(11)
Authors: Lindgren, Helena; Nejstgaard, Malin Carvalho; Salö, Martin; Stenström, Pernilla

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Oral mucosa lesions and gingival bleeding can indicate the progression of liver disease in children and adolescents aged two to 18 years
pp. 886-892(7)
Authors: Olczak‐Kowalczyk, Dorota; Krasuska‐Sławińska, Ewa; Gozdowski, Dariusz; Kowalczyk, Wojciech; Pawłowska, Joanna

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Dog bites in a U.S. county: age, body part and breed in paediatric dog bites
pp. 893-899(7)
Authors: Ramgopal, Sriram; Brungo, Lauren Bealafeld; Bykowski, Michael R.; Pitetti, Raymond D.; Hickey, Robert W.

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Community study found that cutaneous allergies in childhood were associated with conduct problems in girls
pp. 900-901(2)
Authors: Parent, Carine; Pokhvisneva, Irina; Gaudreau, Hélène; Diorio, Josie; Meaney, Michael J.; Silveira, Patricia P.; the MAVAN Research Teamapa14235-cr-0007apa14235-aff-0001

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Urine dipstick tests can aid decision‐making when treating infants with unexplained fever, but more research is needed
pp. 903-903(1)
Authors: Panghal, Astha; Pandita, Aakash; Gupta, Girish; Naranje, Kirti; Singh, Anita

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Response to queries on the use of urine dipstick tests for infants with unexplained fever
pp. 904-904(1)
Authors: Herreros, María L.; Tagarro, Alfredo; Cañete, Alfonso; Gili, Pablo

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Activity levels of preterm children at seven years of age
pp. 905-905(1)
Authors: Mentiplay, Benjamin F.; FitzGerald, Tara L.; Spittle, Alicia J.

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