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Infant feeding and other NICU related content in Acta Paediatrica’s October issue!

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 Infant feeding and other NICU related content in Acta Paediatrica's October issue!

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Fast food versus slow food in very and extremely low-birthweight infants: speed of feeds is a little more than a gut feeling. Sascha Meyer et al present their local feeding strategies and explain how a more careful feeding regime, based on a slow increment, resulted in a remarkably low incidence of NEC in their neonatal intensive care unit. Dirk Wackernagel comments on the paper and discusses the current evidence on how to feed preterm infants.

Children born preterm and full term have similar rates of feeding problems at three years of age, by Tjitske Nieuwenhuis et al,
with accompanying commentaries by Frans J Walther and Roberta G Pineda

Review of the clinical significance of respiratory virus infections in newborn infants, by Raakel Luoto et al

Positioning newborns on their back or right side for umbilical venous catheter insertion, by Emily A Kieran et al

Treating perinatal asphyxia with theophylline at birth helps to reduce the severity of renal dysfunction in term neonates, A randomized controlled trial by Alok Raina et al, with David Askenazi commenting on the finding.

See also a summary of the Highlights in the October 2016 issue!

 

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Thank you.

That is good news-great way to highlight the latest research. Unfortunately I couldnt access even the abstract. Is there any way Acta paediatrica would make any of their articles open access? Even to rent an article is expensive with the current exchange rate

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Thank you Ruth! That's a very good point! The Editorials by Dirk Wackernagel, Frans J Walther and David Askenazi are already open. I'll check if we can open some of the other articles too. For the regular articles and reviews the abstracts are open access. The paper by Sasha Meyer et al about fast vs slow food is an "a different view paper" an this article type doesn't have an abstract.

Kind regards,

Anna, Acta Paediatrica Editorial Office      

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