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Hyperoxemia and Hypocapnia are Associated with Poor Outcomes in Infants with Asphyxia, Pain Assessment Tool, and Hyperbilirubinemia is Not Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders

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This column highlights selected research abstracts from published studies and systematic reviews about neonatal care. The original abstracts, from peer-reviewed journals, are followed with a commentary by the column editor. The goal of this column is to inform the readers of Neonatal Network:® The Journal of Neonatal Nursing about the most up-to-date research evidence for use in neonatal nursing practice. If you would like to see a particular research publication, research review, or research-based guideline in this column, please advise the column editor (e-mail: [email protected]).

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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 2005

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