Nathalie Godon

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BACKGROUND Refractory hypoxemia in the newborn requires a precise diagnostic investigation for optimal and fast management. CASE REPORT A full term newborn presented with refractory hypoxemia associated with radiologically clear lung fields and extrapulmonary shunt. Echocardiography ruled out a cardiac malformation. The persistence of hypoxemia despite(More)
The standard treatment of neonatal group B Streptococcus infection is intravenous amoxicillin for 10 days. We investigated whether effective serum amoxicillin concentrations could be reached by switching to oral amoxicillin after 48 h of intravenous administration in full-term neonates with group B Streptococcus infection. Over 2 years, we included 222(More)
Two children with severe pneumonia, purulent pleural effusions, and abscess formation unresponsive to appropriate antibiotic therapy recovered promptly after the introduction of linezolid and imipenem association. Linezolid is a new antibiotic with high bioavailability and an outstanding safety profile, synergistic with imipenem, which may deserve a place(More)
Vitrification as a waste stabilization technology has often been considered applicable only to high-level radioactive waste for which, with the use of suitable additives, it yields a vitreous material with excellent chemical durability. It has become apparent in recent years that some waste forms-notably domestic waste incineration fly-ash purification(More)
The "sécurité naissance - naître ensemble" network in the Pays de la Loire region of France, with 24 maternity units, conducted a survey of nursing women to determine the duration of breastfeeding and to study the factors influencing this practice. Phone calls were made to mothers at 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, and 6 months or until weaning. The(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES In developed countries, where omphalitis has become rare and related mortality nil, benefits of antiseptic use in umbilical cord care have not been demonstrated. We aimed to assess the noninferiority of dry care compared with antiseptics in France where antiseptic use is widespread. METHODS We conducted a noninferiority,(More)
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the safety, tolerance and preventive effect on atopic dermatitis of an experimental α-lactalbumin-enriched and symbiotic-supplemented infant formula. A total of ninety-seven non-breastfed term neonates were enrolled into a double-blind, multicentre, randomised controlled trial in which they received experimental(More)
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