Journal of Perinatology : Official Journal of the California Perinatal Association
(ISSN: 0743-8346, 1476-5543)
Table of Contents
2016 - 36 (8)
- Predictions of the affordable care act's impact on neonatal practice.
- Should we still use vitamin A to prevent bronchopulmonary dysplasia?
- Racial disparities in cord blood vitamin D levels and its association with small-for-gestational-age infants.
- Foley catheter induction of labor as an outpatient procedure.
- Influence of gestational weight gain and BMI on cesarean delivery risk in adolescent pregnancies.
- Effect of prophylactic CPAP in very low birth weight infants in South America.
- Amniotic fluid rapid biomarkers are associated with intra-amniotic infection in preterm pregnancies regardless of the membrane status.
- Acetaminophen to avoid surgical ligation in extremely low gestational age neonates with persistent hemodynamically significant patent ductus arteriosus.
- The neonatal preventable harm index: a high reliability tool.
- Enhancing neonatal survival: what can we do today?
- Identification and management of neonatal skull fractures.
- Low-dose aspirin for pre-eclampsia prevention in twins with elevated human chorionic gonadotropin.
- Cardiac time intervals derived by magnetocardiography in fetuses exposed to pregnancy hypertension syndromes.
- The effect of glucose administration on perceived fetal movements in women with decreased fetal movement, a double-blinded placebo-controlled trial.
- Inhaled nitric oxide use in preterm infants in California neonatal intensive care units.
- The association between interdelivery interval and adverse perinatal outcomes in a diverse US population.
- Growth and neurodevelopment outcome in symmetric versus asymmetric small for gestational age term infants.
- Extended-interval gentamicin administration in neonates: a simplified approach.
- Predicting death or extended length of stay in infants with congenital diaphragmatic hernia.
- The Lacuna Trial: a double-blind randomized controlled pilot trial of lactoferrin supplementation in the very preterm infant.