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  • Thermal Effect of a Woolen Cap in Low Birth Weight Infants During Kangaroo Care. [Journal Article]
  • PedPediatrics 2018 May 22
  • Cavallin F, Segafredo G, … CAP-KMC Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: In these 3 African, low-resource settings and so many days post birth, the use of a woolen cap was safe but provided no advantages in maintaining LBWI in the normal thermal range while being in a KMC ward. LBWIs spent only half of the time in the normal temperature range despite warm rooms and skin-to-skin contact. Maintaining normothermia in LBWIs remains an unfinished challenge in low-resource settings.
  • Short-term Seizure Outcomes in Childhood Epilepsy. [Journal Article]
  • PedPediatrics 2018 May 22
  • Aaberg KM, Bakken IJ, … Surén P
  • CONCLUSIONS: Drug resistance occurs in 3 out of 10 children with epilepsy, whereas 6 out of 10 become seizure free. Having an identified cause of epilepsy is associated with poor response to treatment.
  • Clinical Features of Children With Autism Who Passed 18-Month Screening. [Journal Article]
  • PedPediatrics 2018 May 21
  • Øien RA, Schjølberg S, … Chawarska K
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is the first study to reveal that children who pass M-CHAT screening at 18 months and are later diagnosed with ASD exhibit delays in core social and communication areas as well as fine motor skills at 18 months. Differences appeared to be more pronounced in girls. With these findings, we underscore the need to enhance the understanding of early markers of ASD in boys and girls, as well as factors affecting parental report on early delays and abnormalities, to improve the sensitivity of screening instruments.
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