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Sudden unexplained infant death in 20 regions in Europe: case control study
Modifiable risk factors for SIDS in Germany: results of GeSID.
Despite knowledge about the major modifiable risk factors for SIDS, these factors are still present in Germany and a continued effort is needed to inform all parents about preventable risk factors.
Neonatal outcome in small for gestational age infants: Do they really better?
As SGA-infants have an increased mortality rate and an increased risk for developing chronic lung disease, further studies should focus on prevention of intrauterine growth restriction and its complications.
Does Breastfeeding Reduce the Risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome?
Breastfeeding survival curves showed that both partial breastfeeding and exclusive breastfeeding were associated with a reduced risk of sudden infant death syndrome, and it is recommended to include the advice to breastfeed through 6 months of age in sudden infants death syndrome risk-reduction messages.
Detection of RNA viruses in sudden infant death (SID)
- T. Bajanowski, B. Rolf, G. Jorch, B. Brinkmann
- MedicineInternational Journal of Legal Medicine
- 14 May 2003
The results obtained indicate an association between IP and some viruses and support the hypothesis that respiratory virus infections could act as trigger in sudden infant death.
Birth weight percentile charts based on daily measurements for very preterm male and female infants at the age of 154–223 days
- M. Voigt, N. Rochow, S. Straube, V. Briese, D. Olbertz, G. Jorch
- MedicineJournal of perinatal medicine
- 1 May 2010
It is shown that birth weight percentiles based on daily averages allow a more precise assessment of the somatic development of preterm infants.
To the editor: Surfactant aerosol treatment of respiratory distress syndrome in spontaneously breathing premature infants
Risk factors for intraventricular hemorrhage in a birth cohort of 3721 premature infants
The frequency of IVH could be reduced significantly, if extremely premature infants, the vast majority of patients suffering from IVH, did not have to be transferred postnatally to another hospital.
CD4+ T Cells from Human Neonates and Infants Are Poised Spontaneously To Run a Nonclassical IL-4 Program
The data support the hypothesis of an endogenously poised cytokine profile in neonates and suggest a link between cytokine production and the developmental stage of an organism.
Lung deposition after inhalation with various nebulisers in preterm infants
- E. Köhler, G. Jilg, S. Avenarius, G. Jorch
- MedicineArchives of Disease in Childhood Fetal and…
- 3 April 2007
Inhalation with the LC Star jet nebuliser producing the greatest proportion of droplets <2 μm yielded a higher lung deposition in preterm infants than the LS 290 and Projet ultrasonic nebulisers.