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  1. Nov 03, 2022 · AJOG's Editors have active research programs and, on occasion, publish work in the Journal. Editor/authors are masked to the peer review process and editorial decision-making of their own work and are not able to access this work in the online manuscript submission system.

  2. Sep 19, 2017 · The current evidence that sought the effect of golden hour in care of VLBW/ ELBW reported increase in admission temperature after implementation of golden hour project [1, 249], increase in number of infants with an admission temperature of 36.5 °C – 37.4 °C [], decrease in the incidence of ROP and BPD [1, 249], significant improvement in time of surfactant administration, time to start ...

  3. Dec 01, 2018 · Early-onset sepsis (EOS) is a serious and potentially fatal complication of birth. Assessing term and late-preterm newborn infants for risk of EOS is one of the most common clinical tasks conducted by pediatric providers. 1 As the use of preventive intrapartum antibiotic therapies has increased and the incidence of EOS has decreased, physicians are challenged to identify those newborn infants ...

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  5. Early onset Group B streptococcus may affect babies before birth and increase the risk of preterm birth or caesarean section (Tudela et al 2012). In the newborn, the infection is usually evident as respiratory disease, general sepsis, or meningitis within the first week after birth.

  6. In patients with stable chest pain, low HDL cholesterol, low leptin and high IL-6 are independent predictors of high risk coronary anatomy as defined by an integrated CTA risk score. The positive correlations between the insulin, leptin, and ghrelin values of babies at birth with gestational age and anthropometric values suggest that both ...

  7. Aug 01, 2019 · As addressed in the AAP clinical reports on management of neonates with suspected or proven early-onset bacterial sepsis, 83, 84 risk of early-onset infection should be considered separately for infants born at or near term (≥35 weeks’ gestation) and those preterm (≤34 6/7 weeks’ gestation). A summary of the management strategies ...