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State behavior of preterm infants as a function of development, individual and sex differences
Behavioral state was rated 22 times in the course of a standard neurobehavioral maturity assessment for preterm infants ranging from 32 weeks postconceptional age to term. The test items wereExpand
Metabolic Studies of Transient Tyrosinemia in Premature Infants
Extract: The recently developed technique of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry supported by computer has considerably improved the analysis of physiologic fluids. This study attempted toExpand
Postdischarge utilization of medical services by high-risk infants: experience in a large managed care organization.
BACKGROUND Infants discharged from intensive care nurseries are a high-risk infant (HRI) population known to have increased utilization of medical services. Most studies tracking HRIs have been basedExpand
The value of rational analysis: An assessment of causal reasoning and learning
Our goal in this chapter is a rational analysis of human causal reasoning and learning. We take a rational analysis to be an assessment of the fit between data and a certain kind of model (Danks’sExpand
The recently developed technique of gas chromatography (GC) - mass spectrometry (MS) - supported by computer has considerably improved the analysis of physiologic fluids. This study attempted toExpand
American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Fetus and Newborn: Surfactant replacement therapy for respiratory distress syndrome.
It is now clearly established that respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) is associated with prematurity-related surfactant deficiency. Since its discovery,’ there has been a considerable amount ofExpand
Pediatrics Routine Evaluation of Blood Pressure , Hematocrit , and Glucose in Newborns Services
It is the practice in many newborn nurseries to measure routinely, upon admission, each neonate’s blood pressure by cuff oscillometry, blood glucose level by Dextrostix or Chemstrips, and hematocritExpand
The Determination of Patient Acuity and Nurse Allocation by Microcomputer
During this decade of perceived scarcity, the “costplus” orientation of health professionals is no longer tenable. There is not a social mandate for unlimited expenditure for health care. CompoundingExpand
Common orthopedic problems of the newborn.
  • S. Fernbach
  • Medicine
  • The Nursing clinics of North America
  • 1998
Newborn orthopedic problems are cause for major concern, both economically and emotionally, for the family. Dysplasia of the hip and abnormal feet can be successfully diagnosed and treated withExpand