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Background Infants during neonatal intensive care are invariably exposed to various procedural and environmental stimuli in which the pain-like responses may vary depending on the nature of the stimuli and the infants' condition.
Objective The objective of this study is to clarify whether the isovolumetric contraction time obtained from Doppler cardiography (Doppler ICT) can be an index substituted for fetal cardiac contractility.
We examined how neonates responded at the brain level to an element of acoustic stimulation using near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS). Twenty full-term, healthy neonates were included in the study. The neonates were tested in their cribs while they slept in a silent room. First, two probe holders...
Background Mechanical surrogates are used to assess fetal cardiac electrical activity.
Objective To explore the changes in the QTc interval during mild hypothermia in neonates receiving extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).
Background and aim It is not known on which time scales the nonlinear respirocardial interactions occur. This work's aim is to quantitatively assess functional respirocardial organization during quiet and active sleep of healthy full-term neonates by autonomic information flow (AIF) without...
Background School-age preterm children are at risk for cognitive difficulties including Executive Dysfunction and low average IQ.
Background Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) remains a common complication of prematurity, with those being discharged on home oxygen at particularly high risk of adverse developmental outcomes.
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