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This review is an attempt to provide an integrative view for the biological changes triggered by fetal stress through a multidisciplinary approach. Acceleration of brain and lung maturation in certain risk pregnancies was first described clinically and confirmed by biochemical,...
We found high concentrations of nitrite/nitrate (166–1460 μmol/l) in 43 milk samples obtained from 32 women during postpartum days 1–8, which indicates enhanced mammary nitric oxide (NO) secretion. We detected adrenomedullin (AM) (2.7–20.7 pmol/l) only in 9 of the 43 samples using highly...
Introduction : Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is a common complication in preterm infants. While two-dimensional echocardiography is the method of choice for diagnosing a PDA, clinical signs are known to be of limited value. Study design : Haemodynamically significant PDA (hs-PDA) was defined as...
Objective : The aim of this study is to determine the colon types, developmental change of the colon morphology during the fetal period. Methods : The study was realised on 131 human fetuses (male 69, female 62) ages between 10 and 40 weeks, which have no external pathology and anomalies. The...
The premature infant has limited ability to integrate the swallowing–breathing cycle during feeding. The aim of this study was to assess the pattern of swallowing between the period of tube-bottle (TBF) and bottle (BF) feeding by means of cervical auscultation in premature infants. Twenty-three...
Background : In previous studies, lower IQ scores and educational difficulties of preterm children were correlated with the reduced size of several brain areas, including the cerebellum and the hippocampus. The most plausible reason for reduction would be the reduced cell formation following...
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