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olamedmac

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olamedmac last won the day on April 6 2020

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    Ola
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    Andersson
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    Neonatologist
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    Skåne University Hospital
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    Malmö/Lund, Sweden
  1. I agree! You could expect Hannah and Amanda to provide balanced information.
  2. @Nathan Sundgren I'm glad you liked my suggestion to cite William Potts Dewees 🙂 I do understand that most of us as neonatologists have our minds set to the most vulnerable among our patients - there're many reasons for that. And I think that's why I mainly perform research in an area that's almost pristine: term infants, where seemingly healthy or less vulnerable babies won't have noticeable advantages, but as they are millions, even small improvements will have a massive effect on a global scale. I look forward to your revision of the video - once again, the video is very informative an
  3. Dear Nathan, what a tremendous work you have done, and the video is very informative and I hope you will in due time put it official, and I would be glad to share it in the future, after some revisions. I do realize that choosing what references to mention is a difficult task, and it is clear that you have done your your share of reading. Although, I you ask for comments, here are mine (they grew quite lengthy...): You mention/cite Charles Darwin's kid Erasmus, and it says 1801on the slide. Erasmus (b 1731 - d 1802, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erasmus_Darwin) was actually Charles (b 180
  4. As I believe you've noticed, we've just published a RCT on Intact Cord Resuscitation: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40748-019-0110-z Unfortunately it was afflicted by a high protocol violation rate, but at least encourages further research.
  5. Here are some answers on @AllThingsNeonatal blog above; Dear Michael, thanks for posting your thoughts on our paper: https://rdcu.be/bP2Ew Regarding < 1 minute compared to > 3 minutes we had the same criteria in our RCT on 540 healthy newborns with 12 months follow-up, showing reduced anemia (http://dx.doi.org/10.1001/jamapediatrics.2016.3971) and improved development assessed by ASQ (http://dx.doi.org/10.1159/000491994). Most major studies on DCC in term infants define DCC as 2-3 min or more. Regarding outcomes in the above mentioned study (https://doi.org/10.1186/
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