Neonatology and Fetal Medicine

This section covers all aspects of neonatal and fetal health, disease, treatment, and outcomes.

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  1. Research

    Object permanence and the development of attention capacity in preterm and term infants: an eye-tracking study

    The relationship between premature birth and early cognitive function as measured by eye-tracking data remains unexplored. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of prematurity on the development of...

    Hokyoung Ryu, Garam Han, Jaeran Choi, Hyun-Kyung Park, Mi Jung Kim, Dong-Hyun Ahn and Hyun Ju Lee

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2017 43:90

    Published on: 2 October 2017

  2. Commentary

    Newborn hearing screening protocol in tuscany region

    Newborn hearing screening has to be considered the first step of a program for the identification, diagnosis, treatment and habilitation/rehabilitation of children with hearing impairment.

    Stefano Berrettini, Paolo Ghirri, Francesco Lazzerini, Giovanni Lenzi and Francesca Forli

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2017 43:82

    Published on: 20 September 2017

  3. Review

    Mediterranean diet, folic acid, and neural tube defects

    The Mediterranean diet has been for a very long time the basis of food habits all over the countries of the Mediterranean basin, originally founded on rural models and low consumption of meat products and high...

    Maximilian Fischer, Mauro Stronati and Marcello Lanari

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2017 43:74

    Published on: 17 August 2017

  4. Letter to the Editor

    The impact of the recent AAP changes in palivizumab authorization on RSV-induced bronchiolitis severity and incidence

    Following the most recent modification by the American Academy of Pediatrics, based on American studies on RSV epidemiology, the Italian Drug Agency (AIFA) decided to limit the total financial coverage of the ...

    Antonino Capizzi, Michela Silvestri, Andrea Orsi, Renato Cutrera, Giovanni A. Rossi and Oliviero Sacco

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2017 43:71

    Published on: 14 August 2017

  5. Research

    Umbilical cord blood acid-base analysis and the development of significant hyperbilirubinemia in near-term and term newborns: a cohort study

    The recognition, follow-up, and early treatment of neonatal jaundice has become more difficult, since the earlier discharge of newborns from hospitals has become common practice. Since intrapartum hypoxic stre...

    Vincenzo Zanardo, Federico de Luca, Alphonse K. Simbi, Matteo Parotto, Pietro Guerrini and Gianluca Straface

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2017 43:67

    Published on: 4 August 2017

  6. Research

    A cohort analysis of neonatal hospital mortality rate and predictors of neonatal mortality in a sub-urban hospital of Cameroon

    In Cameroon, sustainable effort needs to be done to reduce the current neonatal mortality rate from 21 deaths per 1000 live births to the global target of fewer than ten deaths per 1000 live births by 2035. We...

    Paul Koki Ndombo, Quinta Mua Ekei, Joel Noutakdie Tochie, Mazou Ngou Temgoua, Francky Teddy Endomba Angong, Ferdinand Ndom Ntock and Lawrence Mbuagbaw

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2017 43:52

    Published on: 5 June 2017

  7. Research

    Supporting parents in taking care of their infants admitted to a neonatal intensive care unit: a prospective cohort pilot study

    Family-Centred Care (FCC) is recognized as an important component of all paediatric care, including neonatal care, although practical clinical guidelines to support this care model are still needed in Italy. T...

    Giuseppe De Bernardo, Maria Svelto, Maurizio Giordano, Desiree Sordino and Marina Riccitelli

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2017 43:36

    Published on: 17 April 2017

  8. Research

    Sedation and analgesia practices at Italian neonatal intensive care units: results from the EUROPAIN study

    We aimed to examine current bedside analgesia/sedation (A/S) and pain assessment (PA) practices in Italian neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) in relation to the findings of an epidemiological European study...

    Paola Lago, Anna Chiara Frigo, Eugenio Baraldi, Roberta Pozzato, Emilie Courtois, Jérôme Rambaud, Kanwaljeet J. S. Anand and Ricardo Carbajal

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2017 43:26

    Published on: 7 March 2017

  9. Research

    Risk factors for Candida parapsilosis bloodstream infection in a neonatal intensive care unit: a case-control study

    Candida parapsilosis is increasingly responsible for invasive candidiasis in neonates. This study investigates phenotypic and genotypic features of C. parapsilosis microbial isolates a...

    Carmine Garzillo, Maria Bagattini, Lidija Bogdanović, Anna Di Popolo, Vita Dora Iula, Maria Rosaria Catania, Francesco Raimondi, Maria Triassi and Raffaele Zarrilli

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2017 43:10

    Published on: 19 January 2017

  10. Case report

    Congenital cytomegalovirus related intestinal malrotation: a case report

    Cytomegalovirus is the most common cause of congenital infection in the developed countries. Gastrointestinal involvement has been extensively described in both adult and paediatric immunocompromised patients ...

    Claudia Colomba, Mario Giuffrè, Simona La Placa, Antonio Cascio, Marcello Trizzino, Simona De Grazia and Giovanni Corsello

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2016 42:105

    Published on: 7 December 2016

  11. Research

    Neonatal diffusion tensor brain imaging predicts later motor outcome in preterm neonates with white matter abnormalities

    White matter (WM) abnormalities associated with prematurity are one of the most important causes of neurological disability that involves spastic motor deficits in preterm newborns. This study aimed to evaluat...

    Do-yeon Kim, Hyun-Kyung Park, Nam-Su Kim, Se-Jin Hwang and Hyun Ju Lee

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2016 42:104

    Published on: 1 December 2016

  12. Research

    The transition from intra to extra-uterine life in late preterm infant: a single-center study

    Infants born at 34 to 36 weeks of gestation (late preterm) are at greater risk for adverse outcomes than those born at 37 weeks of gestation or later. Aim of this paper is to examine risk factors for late pret...

    M. P. De Carolis, G. Pinna, C. Cocca, S. A. Rubortone, C. Romagnoli, I. Bersani, S. Salvi, A. Lanzone and S. De Carolis

    Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2016 42:87

    Published on: 22 September 2016

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