The International Society for Evidence-Based Neonatology (EBNEO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting evidence-based neonatal practice. Our social media editors continuously curate the neonatal clinical research literature and identify highlights for real-time dissemination on popular platforms. Select publications are then summarized and made available on our website as free, structured reviews. Have questions or insights on articles we've shared? Join the growing conversation on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram!

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EBNEO Impact Article of the Month

Each month, our Social Media Editors nominate articles that were selected as #ebneoalerts for consideration as the EBNEO Article of the Month.

We then ask you, the international #NeoEBM community, to select the winner by casting your vote on our website. See prior winners and check in at the beginning of each month to vote: ebneo.org/vote 

Congratulations to September's winner: The RAINBOW Trial!

Stahl et al. Ranibizumab versus laser therapy for the treatment of very low birthweight infants with retinopathy of prematurity (RAINBOW): an open-label randomised controlled trial – The Lancet

EBNEO Alerts - September 2019

 Search #EBNEOAlerts on social media to find our curated highlights from the neonatal clinical research literature!


Sep 2: Chappell et al. Planned early delivery or expectantmanagement for late preterm pre-eclampsia (PHOENIX): a randomised controlledtrial – The Lancet


Sep 4: Zhang et al. Association of Cesarean Delivery WithRisk of Neurodevelopmental and Psychiatric Disorders in the Offspring: ASystematic Review and Meta-analysis – JAMA Network Open


Sep 4: Sawyer et al. Incidence, impact and indicators ofdifficult intubations in the neonatal intensive care unit: a report from theNational Emergency Airway Registry for Neonates – ADC F&N


Sep 5: Jain et al. Causes of death in preterm neonates(<33 weeks) born in tertiary care hospitals in India: analysis of threelarge prospective multicentric cohorts – J. of Perinatology


Sep 6: Achten et al. Association of Use of the NeonatalEarly-Onset Sepsis Calculator With Reduction in Antibiotic Therapy and Safety:A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis – JAMA Pediatrics


Sep 14: Bal et al. Association of Weight Gain AccelerationWith Risk of Retinopathy of Prematurity – JAMA Ophthalmology


Sep 16: Stahl et al. Ranibizumab versus laser therapy for thetreatment of very low birthweight infants with retinopathy of prematurity(RAINBOW): an open-label randomised controlled trial – The Lancet


Sep 18: Makrides et al. A Randomized Trial of Prenatal n−3Fatty Acid Supplementation and Preterm Delivery – NEJM


Sep 23: Crowther et al. Maternal intramuscular dexamethasoneversus betamethasone before preterm birth (ASTEROID): a multicentre,double-blind, randomised controlled trial – The Lancet Adol & Child Health


Sep 25: Haase et al. Do commonly available round facemasksfit near-term and term infants? – ADC F&N


Sep 27: Kurtom et al. Lack of response to treatment withlevetiracetam in extreme preterm infants with seizures – J. of Perinatology


Sep 28: Mehler et al. Delivery room skin‐to‐skin contact forpreterm infants—A randomized clinical trial – Acta Paediatrica


Sep 29: Lam et al. The Effect of Extended Continuous PositiveAirway Pressure on Changes in Lung Volumes in Stable Premature Infants: ARandomized Controlled Trial – J. of Pediatrics


Sep 29: Zhong et al. The Effect of Continuous PositiveAirway Pressure on Cerebral and Splanchnic Oxygenation in Preterm Infants – Neonatology

EBNEO Reviews - September 2019

 Search #EBNEOReviews on social media to find our most recently published Article Reviews. This month we've published 1 review. Click on each image below to open the corresponding article review.


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