#084 - Journal Club 34

#084 - Journal Club 34

The Incubator Podcast

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On this week's episode of Journal Club, we review a couple of articles dealing with hyperbilirubinemia to top off the discussion we had two weeks ago after the updated AAP guidance was published. We also look at numerous interesting topics. Should BPD patients attend daycare, at the risk of catching more pulmonary infections? Are semi upright swings in the NICU safe? We also have an interesting conversation about the use of supraglottic airway instead of facemask for neonatal resuscitation. And much more. Thank you once again for supporting our work and for being a loyal member of our community. Best, Ben.


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Articles discussed on this week's journal club can be found below 👇

Predicting the Need for Phototherapy After Discharge: Update for 2022 Phototherapy Guidelines - PubMed
Predicting the Need for Phototherapy After Discharge: Update for 2022 Phototherapy Guidelines
Transcutaneous bilirubin levels in extremely preterm infants less than 30 weeks gestation - Journal of Perinatology
Journal of Perinatology - Transcutaneous bilirubin levels in extremely preterm infants less than 30 weeks gestation
Automated prediction of extubation success in extremely preterm infants: the APEX multicenter study - PubMed
A machine learning-derived predictive model combining clinical data with automated analyses of individual cardiorespiratory signals may improve the prediction of successful extubation and identify infants at higher risk of failure with a good balanced accuracy. Such multidisciplinary approach includ…
Daycare Attendance is Linked to Increased Risk of Respiratory Morbidities in Children Born Preterm with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
To test the hypothesis that daycare attendance among children with bronchopulmonarydysplasia (BPD) is associated with increased chronic respiratory symptoms and/or greaterhealth care use for respiratory illnesses during the first 3 years of life.
Supraglottic Airways Compared With Face Masks for Neonatal Resuscitation: A Systematic Review
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES:. Positive pressure ventilation (PPV) is the most important component of neonatal resuscitation, but face mask ventilation can be difficult. Compare supraglottic airway devices (SA) with face masks for term and late preterm infants receiving PPV immediately after birthMETHO…
Maternal acetaminophen use and cognitive development at 4 years: the Ontario Birth Study - PubMed
Acetaminophen use during pregnancy may influence the risk of child neurocognitive disorders, but there is conflicting evidence of its relationship to sub-clinical measures of cognitive development such as executive function. The study design allowed us to examine the role of timing of acetaminophen…
Effects of semi-upright swings on vital signs in NICU infants - Pediatric Research
Pediatric Research - Effects of semi-upright swings on vital signs in NICU infants
Influence of maternal and perinatal factors on macronutrient content of very preterm human milk during the first weeks after birth - Journal of Perinatology
Journal of Perinatology - Influence of maternal and perinatal factors on macronutrient content of very preterm human milk during the first weeks after birth