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Factors associated with the development of skin allergies in premature newborns in the first year of life

Leonardo Bigolin Jantsch, Bruna Paola de Lima Bridi, Giovana Dornelles Callegaro Higashi, Andrea Moreira Arrué, Diúlia Calegari de Oliveira, Eliane Tatsch Neves
2021 Revista Gaúcha de Enfermagem  
Objective To identify the factors associated with the development of skin allergies in the first year of life in moderate and late preterm infants.  ...  Conclusion: Skin allergy, in the perception of caregivers, is more severe in newborn infants who have clinical respiratory and gastrointestinal manifestations, be it conditioning or cause-effect.  ...  Also, newborns in the NICUs and those who are not being breastfed must be carefully monitored, as this population is at greater risk for the development of skin allergies.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1983-1447.2021.20200261 pmid:34287603 fatcat:pgur7cypdzfcnjsw2cta6vka7y

Skincare interventions in infants for preventing eczema and food allergy

Maeve M Kelleher, Suzie Cro, Victoria Cornelius, Emma Axon, Karin C Lodrup Carlsen, Håvard Ove Skjerven, Eva Maria Rehbinder, Adrian Lowe, Eishika Dissanayake, Naoki Shimojo, Kaori Yonezawa, Yukihiro Ohya (+12 others)
2020 The Cochrane library  
Eczema and food allergy are common health conditions that usually begin in early childhood and o en occur together in the same people.  ...  Objectives Primary objective Skin care interventions in infants for preventing eczema and food allergy (Review)  ...  We gratefully acknowledge all members of the wider SCiPAD group, especially those who contributed to discussion and input at the annual meetings in Munich 2018, and Lisbon 2019, and at the online results  ... 
doi:10.1002/14651858.cd013534 fatcat:2sv4by2sfzah3idi7h57kqgtp4

Formaldehyde Exposure and Low Birth Weight Incidence

Regina GRAZULEVICIENE, Virginija DULSKIENE, Jone VENCLOVIENE
1998 Journal of Occupational Health  
to assess the prenatal formaldehyde exposure effect on the incidence of low birth weight newborns in Kaunas area in 1994.  ...  The incidence of low birth weight newborns in Kaunas was 56.2 per 1,000 live newborns.  ...  We used multivariate models to adjust for potential variable effects of risk factors with p-values below 0.05. We assessed the incidence of 0.5-2.5 kg babies per 1,000 live newborns per year.  ... 
doi:10.1539/joh.40.61 fatcat:ci2llbd4fjatrk3nwnbn6posge

Genital flora in pregnancy and its association with intrauterine growth retardation

M Germain, M A Krohn, S L Hillier, D A Eschenbach
1994 Journal of Clinical Microbiology  
A study of risk factors for intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR) was conducted among a cohort of 13,914 pregnant women enrolled in the multicenter Vaginal Infections and Prematurity Study.  ...  There was also a strong and significant trend for an increasing risk of IUGR with the number of these four microbes recovered.  ...  of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.  ... 
pmid:7814541 pmcid:PMC263960 fatcat:cmpl3ti65fcyzmpvifu62gjh3q

Breastfeeding, Childhood Asthma, and Allergic Disease

Wendy H. Oddy
2017 Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism  
See [26] for a full list of publications.diate line of defense against infectious agents, compensating directly for immaturity of the newborn immune system in its ability to resist infection Study ID  ...  at high risk for the allergy was conducted [33] .  ...  Finally, exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months continues to be the keystone for the promotion of allergy health and continues to be recommended by international pediatric societies and academies [78, 79  ... 
doi:10.1159/000457920 pmid:28521318 fatcat:mqrmk7pnenf35cpajnxs5rbh6e

A PARTICIPAÇÃO DA FAMÍLIA NA SEGURANÇA DO PACIENTE EM UNIDADES NEONATAIS NA PERSPECTIVA DO ENFERMEIRO

Fernanda Coura Pena de Sousa, Livia Cozer Montenegro, Vania Regina Goveia, Allana dos Reis Corrêa, Patrícia Kuerten Rocha, Bruna Figueiredo Manzo
2017 Texto & Contexto Enfermagem  
the neonate, such as pain: I notice that the interaction between the mother and the newborn greatly favors tranquility of the mother and the baby [...] and when the baby is more relaxed, they are more  ...  to perceive that nurses understand the family as an agent of supervision in the care provided, and not as co-participants in the care of newborns.  ...  It was possible to perceive that the presence of the family is still seen by the team as an inspection agent to the care given to the newborn, or even as responsible for performing functions deemed less  ... 
doi:10.1590/0104-07072017001180016 fatcat:l6irxz46vzhunkur4sikhjs4ke

Antimicrobial-impregnated central venous catheters for prevention of neonatal bloodstream infection (PREVAIL): an open-label, parallel-group, pragmatic, randomised controlled trial

Ruth Gilbert, Michaela Brown, Naomi Rainford, Chloe Donohue, Caroline Fraser, Ajay Sinha, Jon Dorling, Jim Gray, William McGuire, Carrol Gamble, Sam J Oddie, Ruth Gilbert (+45 others)
2019 The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health  
is a paucity of similar evidence for babies receiving neonatal intensive care.  ...  Bloodstream infection is associated with high mortality and serious morbidity in preterm babies.  ...  Balfour, and Louise Stanton) for their oversight of the study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2352-4642(19)30114-2 pmid:31040096 fatcat:64ojikwc5jcqpli47yvrdrxlp4

Perinatal factors affecting the gut microbiota - are they preventable?

Maciej Zietek, Malgorzata Szczuko, Zbigniew Celewicz, Agnieszka Kordek
2020 Ginekologia Polska  
Based on the current state of knowledge, there is a lot of evidence demonstrating the long-term adverse effects of these modifying agents for gut microbiota, which should be kept to a minimum as far as  ...  The type of microbiota in the early stages of life is a critical element conditioning the development of the immune response and food tolerance.  ...  the development of allergies in later life of infants.  ... 
doi:10.5603/gp.2020.0114 pmid:33301166 fatcat:nnc5qpii3bdsjigxg5wsxtygna

Comparison of Anesthesia Techniques Used in Cesarean Deliveries on the Neonate - Anesthesia Techniques and Neonate?

Bedih Balkan, Mehmet can Ozbas, Furkan Tontu, Gunes Ozlem Yıldız, Gulsum Oya Hergunsel, Ismail Alay, Abdulkadir Yektas
2019 American journal of anesthesia & clinical research  
Though there are many studies on the effects of anesthesia methods used for cesarean section on the newborn, research on this topic still continues.  ...  However, spinal anesthesia and general anesthesia with propofol are more appropriate for pregnant women in terms of effects on the neonate.  ...  Assessments were made related to which group required intensive care for the newborn in the st 48 hours and whether the baby had joundice.  ... 
doi:10.37871/ajacr.id29 fatcat:gw6cjch6prgbvjfihgbywlivru

The Prophylactic Role of Probiotics for Preterm Infants / Neonates

Abdulrahman Mohammed Saeed Baqasi, Ali Hussain Al-Abdullah, Fares Ahmed Badghish
2017 The Egyptian Journal of Hospital Medicine  
We therefore aimed to review and confirm the efficacy of probiotics in preterm neonates obtained in observational studies. To assess the effects of prophylactic probiotics in preterm infants.  ...  Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is a major morbidity and cause of mortality in preterm neonates.  ...  A decrease in the number of normal flora is believed to be a risk factor for NEC.  ... 
doi:10.12816/0037819 fatcat:anobdyt5jncs7kj7wxhbnjr64y

The prevalence, cost and basis of food allergy across Europe

E. N. C. Mills, A. R. Mackie, P. Burney, K. Beyer, L. Frewer, C. Madsen, E. Botjes, R. W. R. Crevel, R. Van Ree
2007 Allergy. European Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology  
Acknowledgment This work was funded by the EU through the EuroPrevall project (FOOD-CT-2005-514000).  ...  New instruments to assess the socioeconomic impact of food allergy are being developed in the project and their application in the clinical cohorts will allow, for the first time, an assessment to be made  ...  To do this, the risk must be assessed and characterized, and an estimate made of exposure to the hazard.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1398-9995.2007.01425.x pmid:17573717 fatcat:zxlcqk4p5nfmrawpkoybsstdxq

Breastfeeding and Allergic Diseases: What's New?

Giulia Nuzzi, Maria Elisa Di Cicco, Diego Giampietro Peroni
2021 Children  
Breast milk, recognized as the gold standard for healthy growth and development of the newborn, is one of the major factors associated with a lower incidence of allergic and infectious diseases in childhood  ...  The rapid rise in the prevalence of these conditions registered over the last few decades has stressed the need to identify the modifiable risk factors associated with the development of these diseases  ...  Assessing the risk of food allergy is not easy in the context of a clinical trial, as the gold standard for confirming the diagnosis is the double-blind food challenge, which is not always a viable option  ... 
doi:10.3390/children8050330 pmid:33923294 fatcat:6ddsdlo2mzeqdch4irvh6j7xf4

Active management of third stage of labour with special reference to misoprostol

Mariyam S. Ahmed, Anand N. Bhalerao
2017 International Journal of Reproduction Contraception Obstetrics and Gynecology  
It includes administration of uterotonic immediately after delivery of the baby, delaying cord clamping for at least 1-3 minutes to reduce rates of infant anaemia, performing controlled cord traction for  ...  Though oxytocin is the best drug for routine prophylaxis, misoprostol is a relatively newer drug which is now included in the various guidelines for prevention and treatment of postpartum hemorrhage.  ...  Guidelines on prevention, 2012: Regimen A single dose of misoprostol 600 µg orally administered immediately after delivery of the newborn after confirming no additional babies in utero. • Guidelines on  ... 
doi:10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20174980 fatcat:tp4nj5r2hrf6fga6sdhm7eldri

Assessment of Infant Formula and Follow-on Formula Supplemented with Lactobacillus fermentum CECT5716

Jørgen Lassen, Siamak Yazdankhah, Judith Narvhus
2015 European Journal of Nutrition and Food Safety  
The members of the working group are acknowledged for their valuable work on this opinion.  ...  Acknowledgements The Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety (Vitenskapskomiteen for mattrygghet, VKM) has appointed a working group consisting of both VKM members and external experts to answer  ...  .  Assessment of benefits and risks of probiotics in processed cereal-based baby foods Bifidobacterium lactis Bb12.  ... 
doi:10.9734/ejnfs/2015/14817 fatcat:du2jgv2ckza4bdygwttpf2k65i

Platelets in the Newborn [chapter]

Ijeoma Esiaba, Iman Mousselli, Giulia M. Faison, Danilyn M. Angeles, Danilo S. Boskovic
2019 Neonatal Medicine [Working Title]  
Careful studies of neonatal platelets are needed to improve the understanding of basic physiology and pathophysiology in this cohort and to identify possible targets for intervention and therapy.  ...  But there is little information about such platelet functions in the newborn. Several studies highlighted some platelet differences between newborns and adults.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported in part by NIH grant R01 NR011209-08. Conflict of interest The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest. Neonatal Medicine  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.86715 fatcat:fbuc2r3jm5a6vpm64e465uokxy
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