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Rehospitalization because of respiratory syncytial virus infection in premature infants younger than 33 weeks of gestation: a prospective study
- X. Carbonell‐Estrany, J. Quero, M. Zapatero
- MedicineThe Pediatric infectious disease journal
- 1 July 2000
This large descriptive study has enabled us to define the influence of specific risk factors that increase the risk of rehospitalization for RSV infection in preterm infants and define the appropriate role of available prophylactic interventions and establish treatment guidelines.
Prevalence of DSM‐III‐R and ICD‐10 psychiatric disorders in a Spanish population of 18‐year‐olds
- J. Canals, E. Doménech, G. Carbajo, J. Bladé
- Psychology, MedicineActa Psychiatrica Scandinavica
- 1 October 1997
It was found that women had higher rates of mood, anxiety and sleep disorders than men, and good communication between parents and their offspring was found to be a protecting factor for all disorders.
Prevalence of childhood depression: results of the first study in Spain.
- A. Polaino-Lorente, E. Doménech
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of child psychology and psychiatry, and…
- 1 September 1993
CDRS-R and DSM-III diagnostic criteria were used to define caseness and 1.8% of children met the criteria for major depression, with a further 6.4% being diagnosed as having dysthymic disorder.
The effect of zinc supplementation on linear growth, body composition, and growth factors in preterm infants.
- N. Diaz-Gomez, E. Doménech, F. Barroso, S. Castells,, C. Cortabarria, A. Jiménez
- 1 May 2003
Zinc supplementation has a positive effect on linear growth in premature infants and is found to have a greater linear growth from baseline to 3 months corrected age.
Feeding problems in nursery children: prevalence and psychosocial factors
- G. Esparó, J. Canals, C. Jané, S. Ballespí, F. Viñas, E. Doménech
- Psychology, MedicineActa paediatrica
- 1 May 2004
The psychopathology of the mother, especially in terms of anxiety problems, increased the risk of feeding problems in children and the environmental and psychopathological factors related to such problems were examined.
Role of cytokines (interleukin‐1β, 6, 8, tumour necrosis factor‐α, and soluble receptor of interleukin‐2) and C‐reactive protein in the diagnosis of neonatal sepsis
- C. S. Reyes, F. García-Muñoz, D. Reyes, G. González, C. Domínguez, E. Doménech
- Medicine, Biology
- 1 February 2003
Levels of C‐reactive protein were significantly higher in infected neonates than in the control groups, and the discriminant analysis showed that the best combination for sepsis diagnosis was C‐ reactive protein + interleukin‐8 + soluble receptor of interleucin‐2, with a sensitivity of 85% and a specificity of 97.1%.
Maternal smoking and the vitamin D-parathyroid hormone system during the perinatal period.
Mortality for newborns of birthweight less than 1500 g in Spanish neonatal units (2002-2005).
In the cohort of infants < 1500 g examined, mortality in the period from 2002 to 2005 was still high, especially among newborns weighing < 1000 g, but there was a decreasing trend in mortality rates for the participating neonatal units over the 4 study years.
Oral sweet solution reduces pain‐related behaviour in preterm infants
To evaluate the effectiveness of oral sucrose in the prevention of pain‐induced crying in preterm infants, a sample of 28 healthy neonates who were having routine blood drawn by arm venipuncture was studied.
Oral sucrose compares favourably with lidocaine‐prilocaine cream for pain relief during venepuncture in neonates
- F. Abad, N. Diaz-Gomez, E. Doménech, D. González, M. Robayna, M. Feria
- MedicineActa paediatrica
- 1 February 2001
Time spent crying decreased significantly in the sucrose alone and EMLA plus sucrose groups, and the immediate heart rate response to pain attenuated significantly at baseline, immediately post‐venepuncture and 2 and 4 min afterwards.