Maturation of peripheral and brainstem auditory function in the first year following perinatal
- DIFFERENTIAL CHANGES IN PERIPHERAL AND CENTRAL COMPONENTS OF THE BRAIN STEM AUDITORY EVOKED POTENTIALS DURING THE NEONATAL PERIOD IN TERM INFANTS AFTER PERINATAL HYPOXIA-ISCHEMIA. Jiang, Ze D.; Xiu Xu; Shao, Xiao M.; Rong Yin; Wilkinson, Andrew R. // Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology;Jul2004, Vol. 113 Issue 7, p571
To identify any differences in dynamic changes between peripheral and central hearing after perinatal hypoxia-ischemia, we studied 80 term infants during the neonatal period by serially recording brain stem auditory evoked potentials (BAEPs) at 60 dB normal hearing level. All BAEP wave latencies...
- Long-term cognitive and behavioral consequences of neonatal encephalopathy following perinatal asphyxia: a review. Van Handel, Mariëlle; Swaab, Hanna; De Vries, Linda S.; Jongmans, Marian J. // European Journal of Pediatrics;Jul2007, Vol. 166 Issue 7, p645
Neonatal encephalopathy (NE) following perinatal asphyxia (PA) is considered an important cause of later neurodevelopmental impairment in infants born at term. This review discusses long-term consequences for general cognitive functioning, educational achievement, neuropsychological functioning...
- Delayed Onset of Status Epilepticus After Transient Asphyxia in an Asymptomatic Full-Term Neonate. Scher, Marks S. // Journal of Child Neurology;Oct2002, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p780
A full-term neonate presented with status epilepticus at 12 hours of age after a symptom-free interval following transient asphyxia at birth. Conventional neuroimaging failed to detect structural correlates to support recent injury. However, diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging studies...
- Moderate hypothermia for neonatal asphyxial encephalopathy. // Archives of Disease in Childhood -- Fetal & Neonatal Edition;Mar2010, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p23
The article focuses on the capability of hypothermia to improve the effects of the neonatal perinatal asphyxia on the brain in Great Britain.
- Neonatal Asphyxia Secondary to Foaming Syndrome after Cesarean Section. Katzman, Gerald H. // Clinical Pediatrics;Jun1990, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p355
Presents a letter to the editor focusing on neonatal asphyxia secondary to foaming syndrome after cesarean section.
- Comment on: A commentary on changing infant death rates and a plea to use sudden infant death syndrome as a cause of death. Mage, David // Forensic Science, Medicine & Pathology;Mar2013, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p131
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "A commentary on changing infant death rates and a plea to use sudden infant death syndrome as a cause of death," by H.F. Krous in the 2012 issue.
- ACTUALIZACIÃ“N EN REANIMACIÃ“N NEONATAL. Estefanía, Bueno Montero // Ciberrevista Enfermeriadeurgencias.com;may/jun2013, Issue 31, p1
NEONATAL RESUSCITATION UPDATE Most newborns are vigorous at birth, that means they are able to breathe hard, strong cry in the first 30 seconds after birth, heart rate exceeds 100 beats per minute and has good muscle tone, moving all four limbs, Despite this fact, it is estimated that globally...
- The cellular stress response of the brain in perinatal asphyxia and fetal preconditioning. Cox, K.; Vlassaks, E.; Zimmerman, L.; Vles, J.; Gavilanes, D. // International Journal of Students' Research;Sep2011, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p92
Introduction A substantial part of perinatal asphyctic brain damage is caused by oxidative stress that arises from glutamate induced excitotoxicity and reperfusion injury. Asphyctic preconditioning is thought to attenuate the cellular stress response and therefore diminish free radical...
- International Effort Helps Babies Breathe, Saves Lives. // India -- West;8/13/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 38, pB30
The article offers information on the Helping Babies Breathe campaign which helps midwives and traditional birth attendants on how to manage newborn babies to prevent birth asphyxia.