#058 - Journal Club 28

Failed first intubations, FiCare, early discharge from nursery and readmission.... and more
#058 - Journal Club 28


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Welcome to a new episode of Journal Club.

We have some very interesting articles for you this week. We hope you enjoy this episode!


Association of multiple tracheal intubation attempts with clinical outcomes in extremely preterm infants: a retrospective single-center cohort study - Journal of Perinatology
Journal of Perinatology - Association of multiple tracheal intubation attempts with clinical outcomes in extremely preterm infants: a retrospective single-center cohort study
The ethics of family integrated care in the NICU: Improving care for families without causing harm - PubMed
The philosophy of care in Neonatal Intensive care Units (NICU) has changed with increasing integration of families. We examined parents’ and clinicians’ perspective about Family Integrated Care (FiCare) in our quaternary NICU. We found that parents and clinicians reported many benefits for families.…
Effect of antibiotics in the first week of life on faecal microbiota development - PubMed
AB exposure in the first week of life alters faecal microbiota development with deviations in the relative abundance of individual taxa until 1 year of age. These alterations can have long-term health consequences, which emphasises the need for future studies aiming at restoring intestinal microbiot…
Recognition and Management of Cardiovascular Insufficiency in the Very Low Birth Weight Newborn
The measurement of blood pressure in the very low birth weight newborn infant is not simple and may be erroneous because of numerous factors. Assessment of cardiovascular insufficiency in this population should be based on multiple parameters and not only on numeric blood pressure readings. The deci…
Post discharge iron status in very preterm infants receiving prophylactic iron supplementation after birth
To determine post discharge iron status and associated factors in VPIs
Compatibility of rapid enteral feeding advances and noninvasive ventilation in preterm infants-An observational study - PubMed
Rapid enteral feeding advancements in preterm infants <1500 g BW are safe and do not impede stabilization on noninvasive ventilation.
Association of early discharge with increased likelihood of hospital readmission in first four weeks for vaginally delivered neonates - PubMed
Early discharge seems to be associated with increased hospital readmission. Birth at 38<sup>+0</sup> -38<sup>+6</sup> weeks’ GA was a significant predictor of ICU admission or death, as opposed to early discharged infants.