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The color of health: how racism, segregation, and inequality affect the health and well-being of preterm infants and their families

Racism, segregation, and inequality contribute to health outcomes and drive health disparities across the life course, including for newborn infants and their families. In this review, we address their effects on the health and well-being of newborn infants and their families with a focus on preterm birth. We discuss three causal pathways: increased risk; lower-quality care; and...

Searching the Clinical Fitness Landscape

Widespread unexplained variations in clinical practices and patient outcomes suggest major opportunities for improving the quality and safety of medical care. However, there is little consensus regarding how to best identify and disseminate healthcare improvements and a dearth of theory to guide the debate. Many consider multicenter randomized controlled trials to be the gold...

The Vermont oxford neonatal encephalopathy registry: rationale, methods, and initial results

Background In 2006, the Vermont Oxford Network (VON) established the Neonatal Encephalopathy Registry (NER) to characterize infants born with neonatal encephalopathy, describe evaluations and medical treatments, monitor hypothermic therapy (HT) dissemination, define clinical research questions, and identify opportunities for improved care. Methods Eligible infants were ≥ 36 weeks...

The Vermont oxford neonatal encephalopathy registry: rationale, methods, and initial results

In 2006, the Vermont Oxford Network (VON) established the Neonatal Encephalopathy Registry (NER) to characterize infants born with neonatal encephalopathy, describe evaluations and medical treatments, monitor hypothermic therapy (HT) dissemination, define clinical research questions, and identify opportunities for improved care. Eligible infants were ≥ 36 weeks with seizures...

1329 THE INCIDENCE OF PERINATAL INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE (ICH) FOLLOWING MATERNAL ADMINISTRATION OF ISOXSUPRINE AND BETAMETHASONE

PERINATAL INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE (ICH) FOLLOWING MATERNAL ADMINISTRATION OF ISOX1329 SUPRINE AND BETAMETHASONE. Jeffrey D. Horbar, Kathleen Leahy, and Jerold F. Lucey, Dept. of Pediatrics, Univ ersity of

1415 AN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CUMULATIVE HYPOXEMIA AND PROGRESSION OF INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE (ICH) IN INFANTS <1500 GRAMS

. Representative results at 40 wks are presented as mean and (sd). AN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CUMULATIVE HYPOXEMIA AND PROGRESSION OF INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE (ICH) IN 1415 INFANTS <1500 GRAMS. Jeffrey D. Horbar, Roger