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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 108, Number 3, 1 March 2019

Highlights in this issue
pp. 390-391(2)
Authors: Käll, Anna; Lagercrantz, Hugo

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Metabolic syndrome in children
pp. 394-395(2)
Author: Gustafsson, Jan

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The internationally adopted child: overview of challenging issues
pp. 396-397(2)
Authors: Martino, Maurizio; Galli, Luisa; Chiappini, Elena

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Sex‐specific actions of drugs in preterm infants
pp. 398-400(3)
Authors: Roll, Claudia; Kutz, Patrizia; Bührer, Christoph

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High‐versus low‐dose caffeine in preterm infants: a systematic review and meta‐analysis
pp. 401-410(10)
Authors: Brattström, Petter; Russo, Chiara; Ley, David; Bruschettini, Matteo

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Systematic review shows that immunising internationally adopted children is a major challenge for primary health care
pp. 411-418(8)
Authors: Venturini, Elisabetta; Piccini, Paola; Tersigni, Chiara; Chiappini, Elena; Galli, Luisa

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Potential adverse outcomes of herbal preparation use in childhood
pp. 419-422(4)
Authors: Farrington, Rachael; Musgrave, Ian; Byard, Roger W.

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Cardiovascular impact of intravenous caffeine in preterm infants
pp. 423-429(7)
Authors: Huvanandana, Jacqueline; Thamrin, Cindy; McEwan, Alistair L.; Hinder, Murray; Tracy, Mark B.

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Higher daily doses of caffeine lowered the incidence of moderate to severe neurodevelopmental disabilities in very low birth weight infants
pp. 430-435(6)
Authors: Ravichandran, Saranya; Chouthai, Nitin Shashikant; Patel, Bhavyata; Sharma, Amit; Gupte, Avanti; Ma, Mia Michelle; Mamilla, Divya; Lulic‐Botica, Mirjana; Thomas, Ronald; Kamat, Deepak

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The effect of caffeine loading on cerebral autoregulation in preterm infants
pp. 436-442(7)
Authors: Huvanandana, Jacqueline; Thamrin, Cindy; Hinder, Murray; McEwan, Alistair; Tracy, Mark B.

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Caffeine and supplemental oxygen effectively suppress periodic breathing with only minor effects during long episodes of apnoea in preterm infants
pp. 443-451(9)
Authors: Seppä‐Moilanen, Maija; Andersson, Sture; Rantakari, Krista; Mikkola, Kaija; Kirjavainen, Turkka

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Follow‐up study of the early, randomised paracetamol trial to preterm infants, found no adverse reactions at the two‐years corrected age
pp. 452-458(7)
Authors: Juujärvi, S; Kallankari, H; Pätsi, P; Leskinen, M; Saarela, T; Hallman, M; Aikio, O

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Commentary on paracetamol in preterm infants
pp. 459-459(1)
Author: Ohlsson, Arne

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Preterm infant showed better object handling skills in a neonatal intensive care unit during silence than with a recorded female voice
pp. 460-467(8)
Authors: Lejeune, Fleur; Brand, Laure‐Anne; Palama, Amaya; Parra, Johanna; Marcus, Leïla; Barisnikov, Koviljka; Debillon, Thierry; Gentaz, Edouard; Berne‐Audéoud, Frédérique

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Oximetry knowledge in neonatal units in Victoria, Australia: can we do better?
pp. 468-472(5)
Authors: Jamieson, Katharine; Davey, Margot J.; Nixon, Gillian M.

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Population‐based longitudinal study showed that children born small for gestational age faced a higher risk of hospitalisation during early childhood
pp. 473-478(6)
Authors: Yoshimoto, Junko; Yorifuji, Takashi; Washio, Yosuke; Okamura, Tomoka; Watanabe, Hirokazu; Doi, Hiroyuki; Tsukahara, Hirokazu

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Open Access Multilingualism was associated with lower cognitive outcomes in children who were born very and extremely preterm
pp. 479-485(7)
Authors: van Veen, S; Remmers, S; Aarnoudse‐Moens, C S H; Oosterlaan, J; van Kaam, A H; van Wassenaer‐Leemhuis, A G

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Longitudinal birth cohort study found that a significant proportion of children had abnormal metabolic profiles and insulin resistance at 6 years of age
pp. 486-492(7)
Authors: Kjellberg, Emma; Roswall, Josefine; Bergman, Stefan; Almqvist‐Tangen, Gerd; Alm, Bernt; Dahlgren, Jovanna

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Open Access Cardiometabolic risk factors differ among adolescents with obesity in three European countries – a cross‐sectional study
pp. 493-501(9)
Authors: Benestad, Beate; Júlíusson, Pétur B.; Siegfried, Wolfgang; Lekhal, Samira; Småstuen, Milada Cvancarova; Hertel, Jens Kristoffer; Agosti, Fiorenza; Marazzi, Nicoletta; Hjelmesæth, Jøran; Sartorio, Alessandro

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Randomised study of children with obesity showed that whole body vibration reduced sclerostin
pp. 502-513(12)
Authors: Tubic, Bojan; Zeijlon, Rickard; Wennergren, Göran; Obermayer‐Pietsch, Barbara; Mårild, Staffan; Dahlgren, Jovanna; Magnusson, Per; Swolin‐Eide, Diana

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Retrospective study showed that blood sampling errors risked children's well‐being and safety in a Swedish paediatric tertiary care
pp. 522-528(7)
Authors: Hjelmgren, Henrik; Nilsson, Anna; Andersson‐Papadogiannakis, Nina; Ritzmo, Carina; Ygge, Britt‐Marie; Nordlund, Björn

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Seasonality of birth affects paediatric coeliac disease
pp. 529-534(6)
Authors: Daniel, Sharon; Kalansky, Adie; Tsur, Avishai; Pinsk, Vered; Ling, Galina; Rannan, Ronit; Yerushalmi, Baruch

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Parent–child communication and timing of interventions are challenges in the Duchenne muscular dystrophy care
pp. 535-540(6)
Authors: Sætrang, T; Bjørk, I T; Capjon, H; Rasmussen, M

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Children and adolescents with phenylketonuria display fluctuations in their blood phenylalanine levels
pp. 541-543(3)
Authors: Feldmann, R; Schallert, M; Nguyen, T; Och, U; Rutsch, F; Weglage, J

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First urinary tract infections in children: the role of the risk factors proposed by the Italian recommendations
pp. 544-550(7)
Authors: Alberici, I; La Manna, A; Pennesi, M; Starc, M; Scozzola, F; Nicolini, G; Toffolo, A; Marra, G; Chimenz, R; Sica, F; Maringhini, S; Monasta, L; Montini, G

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Association between vitamin D, antimicrobial peptides and urinary tract infection in infants and young children
pp. 551-556(6)
Authors: Georgieva, V; Kamolvit, W; Herthelius, M; Lüthje, P; Brauner, A; Chromek, M

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When lightning strikes: a case of early childhood outcome following maternal lightning strike
pp. 557-558(2)
Authors: Maxwell, Jessie R.; Kamm, Christina; Grassham, Courtney D.; Fuller, Janell; Lowe, Jean R.; Ianus, Vlad

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Cerebral oxygenation and cardiorespiratory stability following liberal transfusion in preterm neonates
pp. 559-561(3)
Authors: Saito‐Benz, Maria; Gray, Clint; Tzeng, Yu‐Chieh; Atkinson, Greg; Berry, Mary J.

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Multicentre study found that documentation on resuscitating asphyxiated neonates was often unsatisfactory
pp. 562-563(2)
Authors: Cavallin, Francesco; Pavan, Gaia; Cavicchiolo, Maria Elena; Doglioni, Nicoletta; Trevisanuto, Daniele

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AP1S2‐truncating variant in a patient with severe neurodevelopmental disorder and cerebral folate deficiency
pp. 564-565(2)
Authors: Cappuccio, Gerarda; Torella, Annalaura; Mastrangelo, Mario; Carducci, Claudia; Nigro, Vincenzo; -cr, TUDPapa1; Brunetti‐Pierri, Nicola; Leuzzi, Vincenzo

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Opioids are rarely prescribed for children with acute nonprocedural pain in Italian Emergency Departments
pp. 566-567(2)
Authors: Castagno, E; Urbino, A F; Mancusi, R L; Benini, F; on behalf of the PIERRE (Pain practice in Italian pediatric emergency departments) Study Groupapa14681-cr-0005

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Dealing with the sharp end of ingested foreign bodies
pp. 568-569(2)
Authors: Yuan, Li Ping; Vally, Mohammed; Maniraj, Nadia; Ramnarain, Roxanne; Ngcamu, Mpilenhle Pearl; Al Bulushi, Mohammed S. S.; Ming, Gui

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High versus low dose caffeine in preterm infants
pp. 570-571(2)
Authors: Vliegenthart, Roos J. S.; Miedema, Martijn; Hutten, Gerard J.; Kaam, Anton H.; Onland, Wes

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High versus low dose caffeine in preterm infants
pp. 572-572(1)
Authors: Brattström, Petter; Russo, Chiara; Ley, David; Bruschettini, Matteo

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Lightning strikes in pregnancy
pp. 573-573(1)
Authors: Andrews, Christopher; Cooper, Mary Ann

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When lightning strikes in pregnancy: Response Letter
pp. 574-574(1)
Author: Maxwell, Jessie R.

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