The Incubator

#007 - Journal Club - Journal of Perinatology (June 2021)

June 13, 2021 Ben Courchia & Daphna Yasova Barbeau Season 1 Episode 7
The Incubator
#007 - Journal Club - Journal of Perinatology (June 2021)
Show Notes

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01:30 - Immediate “Kangaroo Mother Care” and Survival of Infants with Low Birth Weight

13:45 - Influence of different breast expression techniques on human colostrum macronutrient concentrations.

18:00 - Migration of cyclohexanone and 3,3,5-trimethylcyclohexanone from a neonatal enteral feeding system into human milk.

22:50 - Changes in macronutrients of human milk after bolus feeding: a simulation study.

27:45 - Maternal dietary fat intake during pregnancy and newborn body composition.

32:40 - Body adiposity and oral feeding outcomes in infants: a pilot study.

34:55 - Breastfeeding and growth trajectory from birth to 5 years among children exposed and unexposed to gestational diabetes mellitus in utero.

38:55 - The effects of probiotic supplementation on the gene expressions of immune cell surface markers and levels of antibodies and pro-inflammatory cytokines in human milk.

45:14 - Comparison of standard versus high-dose ibuprofen for the treatment of hemodynamically significant patent ductus arteriosus in preterm infants.

49:00 - Patent ductus arteriosus shunt elimination results in a reduction in adverse outcomes: a post hoc analysis of the PDA RCT cohort.

56:19 - Temporal and seasonal variations in incidence of stage II and III NEC—a 28-year epidemiologic study from tertiary NICUs in Connecticut, USA.

61:15 - Invasive mechanical ventilation at 36 weeks post-menstrual age, adverse outcomes with a comparison of recent definitions of bronchopulmonary dysplasia.

62:35 - High CPAP vs. NIPPV in preterm neonates — A physiological cross-over study.