Study unpacks disparities in neonatal mortality in Black neonates versus white neonates using a large, national database.Read More
Using data from multicenter national database with both a large number of patients and a wide range of practice variations allows researchers to compare prevalence and outcomes of patients with congenital heart defects.
Often overlooked, infants born between 35 and 37 weeks are still at risk of complications. Neonatologist Sreenivas Karnati, MD, discusses best practices for pediatricians.
Research suggests excessive exposure to iodine in the NICU is likely responsible for hypothyroidism in preterm infants, but there are measures that can be taken to reduce iodine absorption. Neonatologist Hany Aly, MD, explains.
Transferring neonates with transposition of the great arteries (TGA) prior to surgery is correlated with increased mortality rates, a recent study finds. Pediatric critical care specialist Mohammed Hamzah, MD, explains.
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Neonatologist Hany Aly, MD, shares early insights from managing labor, delivery and postpartum in COVID-19 positive women, and precautions to keep neonates and caregivers safe.
A NICU stay can have negative effects on infants born prematurely and their families. A new Cleveland Clinic Children’s program uses recorded parental voice to reduce that stress and promote a nurturing environment for families separated by a NICU stay.
Telemedicine is useful for families following discharge from the NICU, regardless of gestational age at birth. Neonatologists Anirudha Das, MD, and Ajith Mathew, MD, discuss the findings of their feasibility study.