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Undersampling and Bagging of Decision Trees in the Analysis of Cardiorespiratory Behavior for the Prediction of Extubation Readiness in Extremely Preterm Infants [article]

Lara J. Kanbar, Charles C. Onu, Wissam Shalish, Karen A. Brown, Guilherme M. Sant'Anna, Robert E. Kearney, Doina Precup
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Extremely preterm infants often require endotracheal intubation and mechanical ventilation during the first days of life.  ...  By incorporating clinical domain knowledge, we further demonstrate that our classifier could have identified 71% of infants who failed extubation, while maintaining a success detection rate of 78%.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We thank the patients and their families for their participation in this research.  ... 
arXiv:1808.07992v1 fatcat:sgcka7ywfndedcv5brybvheqe4

Heart Rate Variability in the Perinatal Period: A Critical and Conceptual Review

Marco Chiera, Francesco Cerritelli, Alessandro Casini, Nicola Barsotti, Dario Boschiero, Francesco Cavigioli, Carla G. Corti, Andrea Manzotti
2020 Frontiers in Neuroscience  
While specific treatments are possible, they are often time-consuming, invasive, or painful, with detrimental effects for the development of the infant.  ...  , and displays one or a few metrics with good clinical utility.  ...  HRV measured as SDRR was also found to increase during high flow nasal cannula, but not during nasal CPAP, in extremely preterm infants who succeeded in being extubated (Latremouille et al., 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnins.2020.561186 pmid:33071738 pmcid:PMC7544983 fatcat:3wvxlquymbfnpfovlprjdjvlki

2019 Congress of the Italian Society of Neonatology

2019 Italian Journal of Pediatrics  
Simonetta Picone to have believed in our project and to have encouraged us to make "real" our idea. Finally, the best acknowledgment goes to all the NICU's members of the Policlinico Casilino.  ...  Thanks to all the nurses, all the doctors and the head nurse which have allowed to be carried out the project in our Care Unit. Acknowledgements We Acknowledgements None.  ...  City of Health and Science of Turin produced an operating instruction named "preterm and term infants pain assessment and pain relief" to make medical-nursing clinical behaviors uniform and improve the  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13052-019-0729-4 pmid:31849337 fatcat:zc3q44yjyrhtrjec2xxwp6jj6y

2022 Eastern Regional Meeting

2022 Journal of Investigative Medicine  
A recent meta-analysis suggests that more than 50% of preterm infants are born with a heart rate < 100 bpm.  ...  Not achieving an HR of 100bpm and saturation (SpO 2 ) of 80% by 5 min places a preterm infant at a higher risk of morbidity/mortality.  ...  Conclusions Early supplementation with physiologic dose of carnitine did not improve growth parameters in preterm infants <32 weeks gestation.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jim-2022-erm fatcat:44n3rbijszapjadughnt52b7ny

Mortality in preterm infants with respiratory distress syndrome treated with poractant alfa, calfactant or beractant: a retrospective study

R Ramanathan, J J Bhatia, K Sekar, F R Ernst
2011 Journal of Perinatology  
Objective: The objective of this study is to compare all-cause in-hospital mortality in preterm infants with respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) treated with poractant alfa, calfactant or beractant.  ...  Study Design: A retrospective cohort study of 14 173 preterm infants with RDS, treated with one of three surfactants between 2005 and 2009, using the Premier Database was done.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was funded by the Department of Pediatrics, Women & Infants' Hospital of Rhode Island.  ... 
doi:10.1038/jp.2011.125 pmid:21886094 pmcid:PMC3558698 fatcat:7b3g7fkxafhddffab6u6dvuona

3 Invited speakers abstracts

2017 Journal of Perinatal Medicine  
A good understanding of eclampsia is important in the communities of Northern Nigeria because of the socio-cultural and religious barrier which prevent the women from attending clinics coupled with scarcity  ...  Some adnexal masses may be managed conservatively but when surgical intervention is indicated this may be successfully accomplished with careful planning and execution.  ...  Conclusion: Neonatologists have contributed significantly in the progress of neonatology.  ... 
doi:10.1515/jpm-2017-2007 fatcat:3qfniipguvcdbjoxs4fsj7r37a

3 – Poster Presentations

2019 Journal of Perinatal Medicine  
by CTG, QT interval assessed by fMCG, emergency caesarian delivery, preterm birth, birth weight, arrhythmia of infant.  ...  According to the diagnosis of their infants, we classified into 2 groups as infants with LQTS (LQTS group) and infants without LQTS (non-LQTS).  ...  eA522 E1476 -DEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOMES OF POSTOPERATIVE FORMER PRETERM INFANTS IN CORRECTED 6 AND 12 MONTH OF AGE Objective To compare developmental outcomes of preterm infants with infants born at same  ... 
doi:10.1515/jpm-2019-2502 pmid:33581005 fatcat:kd646w4thzcfpnxcenajzu4fmi

Western Medical Research Conference 2017 ( Formerly Western Regional Meeting ) Camel, California, January 26–28, 2017

2016 Journal of Investigative Medicine  
Conclusions NIPPV was used by majority of the respondents, mostly as a mode to prevent post extubation failure in extremely preterm infants.  ...  Summary of Results We identified 34,908 extremely preterm infants with a diagnosis of PDA from 2003-2012 with an overall mortality of 12%.  ...  We present a case of prostate cancer infiltrating a renal allograft in a patient previously diagnosed 2 years post-transplant with clinically localized de novo cancer.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jim-2016-000365.226 fatcat:vvkrand7yzghpk3cquk3hfm654

Clinical Policy: Critical Issues in the Sedation of Pediatric Patients in the Emergency Department

Sharon E. Mace, Lance A. Brown, Lisa Francis, Steven A. Godwin, Sigrid A. Hahn, Patricia Kunz Howard, Robert M. Kennedy, David P. Mooney, Alfred D. Sacchetti, Robert L. Wears, Randall M. Clark
2008 Journal of Emergency Nursing  
The effects of nitrous oxide on behavior and physiological parameters during conscious sedation with a moderate dose of chloral hydrate and hydroxyzine. Pediatr Dent. 1996;18:35-41. 69.  ...  Five Class II trials looked at sucrose in preterm infants. Crying time was consistently reduced with sucrose in this age group.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jen.2008.04.018 pmid:18558240 fatcat:xefdbi2xy5gmxgz4zolf4qhuy4

Clinical Policy: Critical Issues in the Sedation of Pediatric Patients in the Emergency Department

Sharon E. Mace, Lance A. Brown, Lisa Francis, Steven A. Godwin, Sigrid A. Hahn, Patricia Kunz Howard, Robert M. Kennedy, David P. Mooney, Alfred D. Sacchetti, Robert L. Wears, Randall M. Clark
2008 Annals of Emergency Medicine  
The effects of nitrous oxide on behavior and physiological parameters during conscious sedation with a moderate dose of chloral hydrate and hydroxyzine. Pediatr Dent. 1996;18:35-41. 69.  ...  Five Class II trials looked at sucrose in preterm infants. Crying time was consistently reduced with sucrose in this age group.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.annemergmed.2007.11.001 pmid:18359378 fatcat:lnibxtssjzag3fyubq4g6mw5li

Improving quality of care and outcome at very preterm birth: the Preterm Birth research programme, including the Cord pilot RCT

Lelia Duley, Jon Dorling, Susan Ayers, Sandy Oliver, Charles William Yoxall, Andrew Weeks, Chris Megone, Sam Oddie, Gill Gyte, Zoe Chivers, Jim Thornton, David Field (+2 others)
2019 Programme Grants for Applied Research  
The qualitative work on preterm birth and the development of the questionnaire involved parents of infants born at three maternity hospitals in southern England.  ...  Conclusions Our programme of research has improved understanding of parent experiences of very preterm birth, and informed clinical guidelines and the research agenda.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank all those individuals and organisation who participated in the Preterm Birth Priority Setting Partnership.  ... 
doi:10.3310/pgfar07080 fatcat:4xicnvar2bhzbddfvkemyk5vwe

Opportunities for Scholarly Activities During Subspecialty Education: A Scorecard for Pediatric Fellowship Programs

George Lister, David K. Stevenson
2005 Journal of Pediatrics  
We thank the mothers and neonates who participated in this study and Julia Beutler, Larissa Feijo, Karla Gill, and Yanexy Vera for their help with participant recruitment and data collection.  ...  We also thank John Allen for his help with the ECG analysis software. The authors thank our advisory board, Thomas J.  ...  neonates, BNP levels peak just after birth and decline over the first 3 months of life. 25, 26 Bioimmunoassay of plasma BNP has been correlated with the magnitude of PDA shunts in preterm infants. 27  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jpeds.2005.04.057 pmid:16027681 fatcat:seovvplecvbwdmy2hmkfjawev4

Abstracts / résumés

2004 Paediatrics & child health  
RESULTS: There was no difference in the percentage of newborns with one or more symptoms of NAS among the three groups of newborns.  ...  OBJECTIVE: To compare outcomes of newborns of mothers maintained on methadone in a rooming-in program with 'usual care'. DESIGN: Retrospective study using data abstracted from chart reviews.  ...  Acknowledgements: We wish to acknowledge the dedication and support of the Neonatal Resuscitation Team, and residents and staff of the Division of Newborn Medicine of the Health Care Corporation of St.  ... 
pmid:20098489 pmcid:PMC2726570 fatcat:2eqyotw3pfan7nm7ylrm3zs5xi

Western Regional Meeting 2016, Carmel, California, January 28–30, 2016

2016 Journal of Investigative Medicine  
Purpose of Study Adolescents with externalizing behavior problems (conduct disorder (CD) and substance use disorders (SUD)) are a source of large social and economic costs.  ...  We sought to test whether activity of the default mode network (DMN), a functional brain network involved in self-reflective thought, empathy, and foresight, is associated with these disorders.  ...  Conclusions Extremely preterm infants who underwent surgery demonstrated an increased risk for progression of ROP and longer duration of the stage 2 ROP regardless of PMA.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jim-d-15-00013.226 fatcat:fk6bo66fqbdbzch5ddirnkszzi

Abstracts of the 7th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain

2006 Pain Research and Management  
J8 THERAPEUTIC MANAGEMENT AND OBJECTIVE EVALUATION OF PAIN IN CHILDREN CONSULTING FOR ACUTE PHARYNGEAL PAIN (GAVROCHE STUDY) A Aagaard G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J15 Abbas A . . . . . . . . . .  ...  RESULTS: 5 of 10 infants receiving epidural anesthesia were extubated in the operating room while the remaining epidural patients were extubated within 24 hours.  ...  Four observational pain scales (CHIPP, COMFORT, CRIES, and PIPP), cardiorespiratory parameters (HR, HRV, MBP), cortisol, and morphine and its metabolites were obtained for 81 full term newborn infants  ... 
doi:10.1155/2006/789394 fatcat:jlofq65k6fbnzlmkzpsak36ihe
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