Naila Beganović

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The tolerance for intravenously administered Intralipid in 262 premature and sick newborns was studied. The serum concentrations of triglycerides and of free fatty acids were determined during total parenteral nutrition including Intralipid in a maximum daily dose of 2 g/kg. A serum concentration of 1.5 mmol/l or higher was found in 270 out of 985(More)
Elective repeat cesarean section continues to remain the standard to care at GYK and OBST. Department in Sarajevo. This paper is a study of 216 patients with previous cesarean section who requested and were allowed a trial of labor. One hundred fifty-six (72%) achieved successful vaginal delivery with no maternal or fetal mortality or significant morbidity.(More)
Recently a new method (pulse oximetry) became available, which enables us to monitor non-invasively the arterial oxygen saturation in neonates. We tested this new method in several premature infants, from the time that oxygen therapy was instituted (IPPV; CPAP), in order to evaluate its potential clinical use. In stable patients we found a better(More)
Parenteral feeding of preterm infants has been accepted as an alternative form of nutrition in those infants unable to accept oral feeding. The amount of amino acid nitrogen and the composition of the amino acid solution to be used, however, have not yet been defined. The amino acid intake and the plasma amino acid concentration of three groups of preterm(More)
A mobile intensive care unit has been used since september 1976 in the region referring sick neonates to the two University Hospital NICU's of Amsterdam. The present study compares two groups of neonates (suffering from the I.R.D.S.) i.e. a group that had been referred by non specialized transport teams (N S T-group) and a group admitted after institution(More)
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