Neonatal resuscitation and immediate newborn assessment and stimulation for the prevention of neonatal deaths: a systematic review, metaanalysis and Delphi estimation of mortality effect
- Care during labor and birth for the prevention of intrapartum-related neonatal deaths: a systematic review and Delphi estimation of mortality effect. Lee, Anne C. C.; Cousens, Simon; Darmstadt, Gary L.; Blencowe, Hannah; Pattinson, Robert; Moran, Neil F.; Hofmeyr, G. Justus; Haws, Rachel A.; Bhutta, Shereen Zulfiqar; Lawn, Joy E. // BMC Public Health;2011 Supplement 3, Vol. 11 Issue Suppl 3, p1
Background: Our objective was to estimate the effect of various childbirth care packages on neonatal mortality due to intrapartum-related events ("birth asphyxia") in term babies for use in the Lives Saved Tool (LiST). Methods: We conducted a systematic literature review to identify studies or...
- Management of Birth Asphyxia in Home Deliveries in Rural Gadchiroli: The Effect of Two Types of Birth Attendants and of Resuscitating with Mouth-to-Mouth, Tube-Mask or Bag-Mask. Bang, Abhay T; Bang, Rani A; Baitule, Sanjay B; Reddy, Hanimi M; Deshmukh, Mahesh D // Journal of Perinatology;Mar2005 Supplement, Vol. 25, p82
OBJECTIVES:: To evaluate the effect of home-based neonatal care on birth asphyxia and to compare the effectiveness of two types of workers and three methods of resuscitation in home delivery. STUDY DESIGN:: In a field trial of home-based neonatal care in rural Gadchiroli, India, birth asphyxia...
- Why are we still using oxygen to resuscitate term infants? Saugstad, O. D. // Journal of Perinatology;Oct2010 Supplement 1, Vol. 30, pS46
This article summarizes the historical background for the use of oxygen during newborn resuscitation and describes some of the research and the process of changing the previous practice from a high- to a low-oxygen approach. Findings of a recent Cochrane review suggest that more than 100 000...
- drowning. Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p245
An encyclopedia entry for "drowning" is presented. It refers to death caused by suffocation and hypoxia due to immersion in a fluid. Dry drowning refers to a condition wherein no liquid enters the lungs. Victims of near drowning are people who are resuscitated after prolonged immersion. It...
- Neonatal Jaundice. Simkiss, D.; Martin, R. // Journal of Tropical Pediatrics;Oct2012, Vol. 58 Issue 5, p339
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- Analysis of risk factors for occurrence of fetal death. // American Family Physician;1/1/1995, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p245
Presents information taken from the August 1994 issue of the `Family Practice' on the use of terazosin for benign prostatic hyperplasia and hypertension. Remarks on efficacy; Mechanics of drug testing among middle-aged patients; Effect on systolic and diastolic pressures; Recommendations.
- Causes of death after fluid bolus resuscitation: new insights from FEAST. Myburgh, John; Finfer, Simon // BMC Medicine;2013, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p1
The Fluid Expansion as Supportive Therapy (FEAST study) was an extremely well conducted study that gave unexpected results. The investigators had reported that febrile children with impaired perfusion treated in low-income countries without access to intensive care are more likely to die if they...
- Should relatives be witnesses to resuscitation attempts? WALLING, ANNE D. // American Family Physician;12/1/1998, Vol. 58 Issue 9, p2122
Presents an abstract of the article `Psychological effect of witnessed resuscitation on bereaved relatives,' by S.M. Robinson, et al from the `Lancet' journal dated August 22, 1998.
- Resuscitation in hospital. // Nursing Standard;12/10/2008, Vol. 23 Issue 14, p58
A quiz is presented related to resuscitation in hospital.