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 LinkedIn!


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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 May's winner:Jensen et al. The Diagnosis of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia in Very Preterm Infants: An Evidence-Based Approach – American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (Free Open Access Article)

EBNEO Alerts - May 2019

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


May 1: Janssen et al. Minimally invasive surfactant therapyfailure: risk factors and outcome – ADC F&N

May 5: Gilbert et al. Antimicrobial-impregnated centralvenous catheters for prevention of neonatal bloodstream infection (PREVAIL): anopen-label, parallel-group, pragmatic, randomised controlled trial – The LancetChild & Adol. Health


May 8: Crump et al. Preterm birth and risk of chronic kidneydisease from childhood into mid-adulthood: national cohort study – BMJ


May 8: de Vries et al. Treatment thresholds for interventionin posthaemorrhagic ventricular dilation: a randomised controlled trial – ADC F&N


May 10: DeMauro et al. Home Oxygen and 2-Year Outcomes ofPreterm Infants With Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia – Pediatrics


May 10: Jensen et al. The Diagnosis of BronchopulmonaryDysplasia in Very Preterm Infants: An Evidence-Based Approach – AJRCCM


May 15: da Costa et al. Changes in hemodynamics, cerebraloxygenation and cerebrovascular reactivity during the early transitionalcirculation in preterm infants – Pediatric Research


May 15: Webbe et al. Inconsistent outcome reporting in largeneonatal trials: a systematic review – ADC F&N


May 17: Cavolo et al. Physicians’ Attitudes on Resuscitationof Extremely Premature Infants: A Systematic Review – Pediatrics


May 17: Parker et al: Effect of Gastric Residual Evaluationon Enteral Intake in Extremely Preterm Infants: A Randomized Clinical Trial –JAMA Pediatrics


May 19: Balasubramanian et al. Effect of Umbilical CordBlood Sampling versus Admission Blood Sampling on Requirement of BloodTransfusion in Extremely Preterm Infants: A Randomized Controlled Trial – Journalof Pediatrics


May 20: Nuñez-Ramiro et al. Topiramate plus Cooling forHypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy: A Randomized, Controlled, Multicenter,Double-Blinded Trial – Neonatology


May 22: Ali et al. Prediction of prolonged ventilatordependence in preterm infants – European Journal of Pediatrics


May 22: Payne et al. Care bundles to reduce centralline-associated bloodstream infections in the neonatal unit: a systematicreview and meta-analysis – ADC F&N


May 24: Heiring et al. Predicting respiratory distresssyndrome at birth using a fast test based on spectroscopy of gastric aspirates:2. Clinical part – Acta Paediatrica


May 27: Gulczyńska et al. Fraction of Inspired Oxygen as aPredictor of CPAP Failure in Preterm Infants with Respiratory DistressSyndrome: A Prospective Multicenter Study – Neonatology


May 29: Daunhawer et al. Enhanced early prediction ofclinically relevant neonatal hyperbilirubinemia with machine learning –Pediatric Research


May 29: Manley et al. Nasal High-Flow Therapy for NewbornInfants in Special Care Nurseries – NEJM

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