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Background : In preterm ventilated infants, irreversible damage to the airway mucosa in the neonatal period might be related to the development of bronchial hyperresponsiveness (BHR) in subsequent years. Aims : To evaluate whether neonatal indicators of long-term respiratory morbidity,...
Humans share adaptative capacities to stress with other species, as demonstrated on amphibians: the physiological response to experimental water volume and food deprivation results in the activation of the endocrine axes that drive metamorphosis, in particular the neuroendocrine stress system....
Recent findings suggest that hypertension, dyslipidemia, diabetes mellitus, coronary heart disease are more common in adults who born with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR). Several studies have shown that polymorphisms in angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) and apolipoprotein-E (Apo-E) are...
Circulating megakaryocyte (Mk) progenitors have been used as a measure of megakaryocytopoiesis in neonates. Prior studies have shown a gestational age-dependent decrease in their concentration, but it is unclear how this process continues after birth in preterm neonates. To answer this question,...
Auditory evoked responses between right- and left-hemispheric derivations were investigated in 53 recordings from fetuses in the third trimester using fetal magnetoencephalography (fMEG). The side-different latency development of the component P2pm suggests an earlier maturation of certain right...
Background : Neonates who require treatment in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) are subjected to many invasive painful procedures. Aims : Assessment of pain in preterm and term neonates with or without ventilation on continuous positive airway pressure using the Bernese Pain-Scale for...
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