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Evidence-Based Neonatology Newsletters Are Back!


The International Society for Evidence-Based Neonatology (EBNEO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting evidence-based neonatal practice. Research benefits society when the knowledge gained is translated to clinical practice. Unfortunately, the gap between research evidence and practice is often large. Have trouble staying up-to-date with the neonatal literature? Most of us do. EBNEO is here to help!

How does EBNEO help?

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!

Announcing e-mail newsletters

To more broadly share our services, our curated content is now available as a monthly e-mail newsletter. A simple, free membership registration is all it takes. Have friends or colleagues who may appreciate help keeping up with the neonatal literature? Please share our registration link: https://ebneo.org/membership/


EBNEO Alerts - September 2018

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

Saito-Benz et al. Storage after gamma irradiation affects in vivo oxygen delivery capacity of transfused RBCs in preterm infants. Transfusion

Simpson et al. Lung function trajectories throughout childhood in survivors of very preterm birth: a longitudinal cohort study. The Lancet Child and Adol Health

Bellini et al. Octreotide for congenital and acquired chylothorax in newborns: a systematic review. J. of Pediatrics and Child Health

Girish et al. Umbilical cord milking for neonates who are depressed at birth: a randomized trial of feasibility J. of Perinatology

Andrew et al. Nutritional intervention and neurodevelopmental outcome in infants with suspected cerebral palsy: the Dolphin infant double-blind randomized controlled trial Dev Med Child Neurol

Nasuf et al. Oropharyngeal colostrum in preventing mortality and morbidity in preterm infants. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 

Cuna et al. Bowel ultrasound for the diagnosis of necrotizing enterocolitis: a meta-analysis. Ultrasound Quarterly

Singh et al. Gastric residual volume in feeding advancement in preterm infants (GRIP study): a randomized trial. J. Pediatrics

Edwards et al. Effect of MRI on preterm infants and their families: a randomised trial with nested diagnostic and economic evaluation. ADC F&N

Tanigasalam et al. Does fluid restriction improve outcomes in infants with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy? A pilot randomized controlled trial. J Perinatology

Janevic et al. Association of race/ethnicity with very preterm neonatal morbidities. JAMA Pediatrics

Popat et al. Effect of delayed cord clamping on cerebral oxygenation in very preterm infants. Neonatology

Lee et al. The Oro-Helical Length Accurately Predicts Endotracheal Tube Insertion Depth in Neonates. J. Pediatrics

Belteki et al. High-frequency oscillatory ventilation with volume guarantee: a single-centre experience. ADC F&N

Kuzniewicz et al. Hyperbilirubinemia, phototherapy, and childhood asthma. Pediatrics

Shukla et al. Pain control interventions in preterm neonates: a randomized controlled trial. Indian Pediatrics

Walter et al. Bradycardias are associated with more severe effects on cerebral oxygenation in very preterm infants than in late preterm infants. Early Human Dev

Newman et al. Childhood seizures after phototherapy. Pediatrics

Brattström et al. High versus low dose caffeine in preterm infants: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Acta Paediatrica  

Chalak et al. Prospective research in infants with mild encephalopathy identified in the first six hours of life: neurodevelopmental outcomes at 18–22 months. Pediatric Research 


EBNEO Reviews - September 2018

Search #EBNEOReviews on social media to find our free, structured reviews!


EBNEO Polls - September, 2018

Search #EBNEOPolls on social media to find and participate in our polls!


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