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(Hearing loss)
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  • The Turkish Neonatal Jaundice Online Registry: A national root cause analysis. [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2018; 13(2):e0193108
  • Erdeve O, Okulu E, … Turkish Neonatal Jaundice Registry Collabolators
  • CONCLUSIONS: Severe NNJ and bilirubin encephalopathy are still problems in Turkey. Means of identifying at-risk newborns before discharge during routine postnatal care, such as bilirubin monitoring, blood group analysis, and lactation consultations, would reduce the frequency of short- and long-term complications of severe NNJ.
  • Age and Other Factors Affecting the Outcome of AABR Screening in Neonates. [Journal Article]
  • HPHosp Pediatr 2018 Feb 22
  • Johnson LC, Toro M, … Lieberman E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Among healthy newborns, delaying AABR screening in the first 48 hours minimized failure rates. SNHL was 6 times as likely in infants who failed their final screening at ≥48 hours compared with those who were screened at <48 hours of age. In our study, we offer guidance for nursery directors and audiologists who determine hearing screening protocols and counsel families about results.
  • Neurophysiology of hearing in patients with mucopolysaccharidosis type IV. [Journal Article]
  • MGMol Genet Metab 2018 Feb 08
  • Nagao K, Morlet T, … Tomatsu S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The strong correlation between reduced height and hearing loss indicates that patients with severe skeletal dysplasia may be at higher risk of developing more severe hearing loss. More importantly, the spectrum of hearing disorders indicates that MPS IV patients should have annual neurophysiological hearing tests in addition to audiometric testing from an early age regardless of their skeletal severity to more carefully monitor disease progression.
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