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  • Neuroprotection of the preterm brain. [Journal Article]
  • HCHandb Clin Neurol 2019; 162:315-328
  • Fleiss B, Gressens P
  • Despite notable advances in the care and survival of preterm infants, a significant proportion of preterm neonates will have life-long cognitive, behavioral, and motor deficits, and robustly effectiv…
  • Undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnea as a predictor of 30-day readmission for brain tumor patients. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neurosurg 2019 Jul 19; :1-6
  • Caplan IF, Glauser G, … Malhotra NR
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study suggest that undiagnosed OSA, as assessed via the STOP-Bang questionnaire, is a significant predictor of patient health status and readmission risk in the brain tumor craniotomy population. Further investigations should be undertaken to apply this prediction tool in order to enhance postoperative patient care to reduce the need for unplanned readmissions.
  • Muenke syndrome: long-term outcome of a syndrome-specific treatment protocol. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neurosurg Pediatr 2019 Jul 19; :1-8
  • den Ottelander BK, de Goederen R, … Mathijssen IMJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients with Muenke syndrome treated with a single fronto-supraorbital advancement in their first year of life rarely develop signs of intracranial hypertension, in accordance with the very low prevalence of its causative factors (OSA, hydrocephalus, and restricted skull growth). This illustrates that there is no need for a routine second craniofacial procedure. Patient follow-up should focus on visual assessment and speech and hearing outcomes.
  • Risk Factors for Poor Surgical Outcome of Pediatric Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus 2019 Jul 01; 56(4):261-264
  • Dietze J, Suh D
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study suggests that patients with trisomy 21 or a history of recent upper respiratory tract infection may be correlated with a higher risk of failure with a probing and irrigation surgery only. Patients with trisomy 21 may benefit from an initial balloon dilation procedure rather than probing and irrigation, due to an increased risk profile. Patients with a recent upper respiratory tract infection may benefit from postponing surgery until symptom treatment or resolution. [J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus. 2019;56(4):261-264.].
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