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  • Evaluation of the effect of antenatal betamethasone on neonatal respiratory morbidity in early-term elective cesarean. [Journal Article]
    J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med 2019; :1-6Mirzamoradi M, Joshaghani Z, … Heidar Z
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings of this study showed that intramuscular injection of 12 mg of betamethasone in two doses, with an interval of 24 h, after 37 weeks of gestation in women undergoing early-term CS did not have a significant effect on respiratory morbidities in neonates. However, it decreased the frequency of admission to NICU, especially admission due to respiratory distress; it could indicate that the respiratory morbidities were less severe in betamethasone group than in the control group.
  • Predicting Escalated Care in Infants With Bronchiolitis. [Multicenter Study]
    Pediatrics 2018; 142(3)Freire G, Kuppermann N, … Pediatric Emergency Research Networks (PERN)
  • CONCLUSIONS: We identified variables measured in the emergency department predictive of escalated care in bronchiolitis and derived a risk score to stratify risk of this outcome. This score may be used to aid management and disposition decisions.
  • Effects of magnesium sulfate infusion on clinical signs and lung function of horses with severe asthma. [Journal Article]
    Am J Vet Res 2018; 79(6):664-673Tanquerel L, Fillion-Bertrand G, … Leclere M
  • CONCLUSIONS: AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE Results indicated that MgSO4 infusion alone or in combination with salbutamol inhalation improved the clinical signs of severely asthmatic horses. The effects of MgSO4 were not associated with significant lung function improvement, which suggested that the changes observed were attributable to alterations in the horses' breathing patterns. Infusion of MgSO4 solution at the studied dose offers little advantage over currently used medications for the treatment of severe equine asthma.
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