Brian Reichman

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The developing brain has an increased susceptibility to seizure activity, and neonatal seizures can adversely affect neurodevelopmental outcome. This study aimed to determine the incidence of neonatal seizures in very low birthweight infants and to identify perinatal and postnatal factors associated with the occurrence of clinical seizures. A(More)
OBJECTIVE We sought to assess the independent effect of perinatal factors on the risk for bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) in very-low-birthweight infants. STUDY DESIGN This was a population-based observational study. Data were prospectively collected by the Israel Neonatal Network. Multivariable analyses identified independent risk factors for BPD. (More)
BACKGROUND The International Network for Evaluating Outcomes in Neonates (iNeo) is a collaboration of population-based national neonatal networks including Australia and New Zealand, Canada, Israel, Japan, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK. The aim of iNeo is to provide a platform for comparative evaluation of outcomes of very preterm and very low(More)
This population-based observational study aimed to determine the perinatal factors that were associated with the occurrence of seizures in very low birthweight infants with periventricular leukomalacia. The study sample consisted of 545 infants from the Israel National Very Low Birthweight Infant Database, gestational age 24 to 36 weeks, who survived beyond(More)
AIM To evaluate the possible association between major neonatal morbidities and poor head growth from birth to discharge home in very-low-birthweight (VLBW) infants born preterm. METHOD Population-based observational study comprising 12 992 infants (6340 male, 6652 female) of 24 to 32 weeks' gestation, and birthweight ≤1500g. Severe head growth failure(More)
BACKGROUND Short stature was suggested as a risk factor for diabetes onset among middle age individuals, but whether this is the case among young adults is unclear. Our goal was to assess the association between height and incident diabetes among young men. METHODS AND FINDINGS Incident diabetes was assessed among 32,055 men with no history of diabetes,(More)
Fig 3 is incorrect. The label on the y-axis of Fig 3 is missing. The label should read 'Incidence Diabetes Rate (per 1,000 person-years).' The authors have provided a corrected version here. Copyright: © 2015 Furer et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use,(More)
Evaluation of a multisensory intervention based on the developmental approach provided by parents, during neonatal intensive care unit hospitalization of their preterm infants. After guidance of parents and implementation of intervention program, children were followed up to 2 to 3 years using scales for evaluation of parental stress levels and child's(More)
PURPOSE To illustrate the distribution of Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) levels according to age and gender among children, adolescents and youth with type 1 diabetes (T1DM). METHODS Consecutive HbA1c measurements of 349 patients, aged 2 to 30 years with T1DM were obtained from 1995 through 2010. Measurement from patients diagnosed with celiac disease (n = 20),(More)
The response to vibroacoustic stimulation was evaluated in 30 healthy full-term newborns and in five newborns with severe neurologic deficits. The stimulus was applied during a period of quite sleep and a subsequent period of quiet sleep served as the control. All 30 healthy newborns reacted by changing from a state of quite sleep to an active sleep state(More)
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