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Effect of Early Use of Caffeine Citrate in Preterm Neonates

This work is designed to study the effect of the early use of caffeine citrate in preterm neonates who need respiratory support on morbidity and short term neonatal outcome.


Pilot Study of Electronic Uterine Contraction Inhibitor

The objective is to test a novel paradigm for the inhibition of human preterm uterine contractions. The study hypothesis is that human preterm contractions can be safely inhibited with a weak electrical current provided by an electrical inhibition/uterine pacemaker device. Preterm birth is still a major problem. Current methods of preventing the uterine contractions of preterm are limited and associated with many side-effects affecting both the mother and baby. A reli...

Safety of Immediate Skin-to-Skin Contact After Vaginal Birth in Vigorous Late-Preterm Neonates - A Pilot Study

Late-preterm neonates are born between 34 and 36 weeks 7 days gestational age (GA). Neonates born less than 34 weeks GA are at increased risk for morbidity and directly admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Skin-to-skin contact (SSC) is a standard of care in many units to aid in post-natal transitioning. Current guidelines published by the Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) and American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommend only "vigorous, term" neonates initia...


Impact of Neurophysiological Facilitation of Respiration in Preterm Neonates

Background: Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) or Neonatal respiratory distress syndrome (NRDS) is characterized by pulmonary insufficiency, in preterm neonates and is the major cause of death in preterm. Neurophysiological facilitation of Respiration (NFR) technique produce reflex respiratory movement response, as it involves application of external proprioceptive and tactile stimuli that is known to alter the rate and depth of breathing Aim: This study is being conducted to ...

A Prospective, Randomized and Placebo Controlled Trial Comparing the Role of ARTificial Uterine CONtractions and no Intervention in Perinatal Respiratory Morbidity of Term Infants Delivered by Elective Caesarean Section

In this study, the investigators aim to investigate if artificial uterine contractions prior to elective caesarean section delivery may have an impact on the respiratory morbidity of term neonates.

Trial To Assess The Safety And Tolerability Of Lucinactant For Inhalation In Preterm Neonates 26 to 28 Weeks PMA

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the safety and tolerability of lucinactant for inhalation, administered as an aerosolized dose in up to four escalating doses to preterm neonates 26 to 28 weeks gestational age who are receiving nasal continuous positive airway pressure (nCPAP) for respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) compared to neonates receiving nCPAP alone.

A Study in Preterm Neonates With RDS to Compare CUROSURF® Administration Through LISA and Conventional Administration

This study will compare the administration of porcine surfactant (poractant alfa, Curosurf®) through a less invasive method (LISA) using a thin catheter (CHF 6440) during non-invasive ventilation (NIV) (CPAP, NIPPV, BiPAP) with an approved conventional surfactant administration during invasive ventilation and rapid extubation in terms of short term and mid-term safety and efficacy in spontaneously breathing preterm neonates with clinical signs of respiratory distress syndrome ...

Prevention of sPTB With Early Cervical Pessary Treatment in Women at High Risk for PTB

Prevention of preterm birth (PTB) is a key factor for a positive short-term and long-term outcome of the newborn children as mortality and morbidity are inversely related to gestational age at delivery. Consequently every week of prolonged pregnancy will have a tremendous effect concerning the outcome of the new-borns, subsequently for their parents and society as well. The proposed RCT aims to evaluate the impact of a preventive pessary treatment on the prevention of pr...

Propofol Versus Midazolam as Premedication for Preterm Neonates With Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS)

The aim of the study is to compare the intubation conditions among propofol and remifentanil versus midazolam and remifentanil in premature neonates with respiratory distress syndrome. At the same time, to show the group of drugs that could let the neonates with no residual sedation after the use of surfactant (the possibility of the premature neonates to be readily extubated after the use of surfactant).

Effect of Maternal Hemoglobin on Neurobehavioural Development of Late Preterm Neonates : A Cohort Study

The study entitled 'Effect of maternal hemoglobin on neurobehavioral development of late preterm neonates' was done with an objective to determine whether low maternal hemoglobin (34weeks but less than 37weeks gestational age) correlates with poor neurobehavioral outcome using the Neurobehavioral Assessment of Preterm Infants(NAPI) tool, thereby allowing for earlier rehabilitative intervention to be undertaken to improve their long term outcomes and to generate useful data on a...

CPAP vs NIPPV: A COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH

Aim: Investigators aim is to conduct two complementary and concurrent CER projects using a pragmatic clinical trial design and registry-based RWD to identify the optimal respiratory management practices for extremely preterm neonates and reduce the risk of BPD and SNI. Objectives: Two complementary objectives are proposed. Objective 1: To determine the efficacy and safety of "mandatory non-extubation" until 72 hours of postnatal age for preterm neonates born at 23 -25 weeks' G...

Observational Study of Infants Born at 34 to 37 Weeks of Gestation Until the Age of 1 Year

Late preterm infants are at an increased risk for short and long term morbidity (during the 1st year of life, their neurodevelopmental status may also be delayed as compared to infants born at term). The term "near term infants" is probably a deceiving one.

Open-label Study of Inhaled RVT-1601 in Preterm Infants

Preterm birth predisposes infants to greater risk for respiratory morbidities and the need for pulmonary care compared to term infants both in the short-term and long-term. In the short-term, preterm birth is a high risk factor for development of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD), the second most common chronic pediatric respiratory disease after asthma. In the long-term, following discharge from the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and the hospital, preterm birth carries a h...

Use of Pessary in Case of Cervical Insufficiency and Short Cervix

Prematurity is the most important cause of obstetric morbidity and mortality. Health centers and obstetricians are trying to reduce the preterm birth rate by taking into account the permanent effects of premature birth on human life in the early and long term. The most effective solution of preterm delivery is to determine the patients entering the risk group and to prevent preterm labor by putting the correct diagnosis at the right time. Recently, there have been studies on t...

Polyethylene Bag: a Way of Preventing Hypothermia During Central Venous Catheter Placement in Preterm Neonates?

Particular attention is paid to thermal management of preterm neonates in neonatal intensive care units because of the major risk of morbidity associated with hypothermia. Percutaneous central venous catheter placement is essential to ensure adequate caloric intake and intravenous administration of treatments, but this procedure can cause major body temperature variations, responsible for complications in these neonates, as convection incubator function is impaired during openi...

Impact of Antenatal Exposure to Pesticides on Neurophysiological Functions (Sleep, Respiration) of Preterm Neonates

During pregnancy, the foetus is therefore chronically exposed to a large number of substances. A number of studies have started to emphasize the effects of this antenatal exposure on the newborn infant's morphological parameters (weight, crown-rump length, etc.). However, in addition to these morphological effects, pesticides may also induce various effects on physiological functions, as some pesticides act as inhibitors of neurotransmitters involved in many nervous system regu...

Ontogeny of MAIT Cells in Neonates and Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Recipients

The objective of this study is 1/ to determine the rate and kinetics of MAIT cell expansion and maturation in neonates in relation with gestational age, and in HSCT recipient children in relation with the source of donor stem cells, 2/ to correlate gut microbiota diversity and function with MAIT cell maturation and function in neonates and HSCT recipients; and 3/ to link MAIT cells and gut microbiota composition with microbial infections and severe intestinal inflammatory event...

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Cerebral Regional Tissue Oxygen Saturation to Guide Oxygen Delivery in Preterm Neonates During Immediate Transition

The aim of the COSGOD Phase III trial is to examine, if it is possible to increase survival without cerebral injury in preterm neonates

The Effect of β-Carotene, Vitamin D3 and Zinc on Hyaline Membrane Disease and Feeding Intolerance in Premature Neonates

Hyaline membrane disease, now commonly called respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), and feeding intolerance, which can lead to necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), are two key morbidities found in premature neonates which resulted in high mortality rate in Indonesia. Cochrane meta-analysis proved that antenatal steroid therapy can reduce the morbidity and mortality rate of premature neonates. But there is still different outcomes and severity of disease in preterm newborn receiving ...

Impact of Chronic Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields on Neurophysiological Development in the Preterm Neonate

The massive use of highly technological devices in Neonatal Intensive Care Units may expose preterm neonates to electromagnetic fields, especially radiofrequencies, at low doses but continuously and chronically. Strikingly, the effect of long-term exposure to radiofrequencies on the neurophysiological development of preterm neonates has never been studied so far. The only studies on the impact of chronic exposure to radiofrequencies have been conducted in animals or adult human...

Cord Blood Transfusion In Preterm Neonates (CB-TrIP)

Repeated transfusions have been associated with very poor outcome of preterm infants. Fetal hemoglobin (HbF) and adult Hb (HbA) have different affinity for oxygen. The high level of adult Hb may contribute to exacerbating the oxidative damage responsible for prematurity diseases. The investigators hypothesized that transfusing red blood cells (RBC) obtained from allogeneic cord blood (CB) of healthy full-term babies (which contains almost exclusively HbF) may prevent the non-ph...

Effect of Intact Umbilical Cord Milking on Neonatal and First Year Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Very Preterm Infants.

We hypothesize that intact umbilical cord milking (I-UCM) will reduce neonatal morbidity and improve long term neurodevelopmental outcome in very preterm infants. All babies born less than 32 weeks gestation, meeting the inclusion criteria will be randomly assigned to either I-UCM or immediate cord clamping (ICC) and their short and long term outcome measures analyzed.

ABCA3 Gene and RDS in Late Preterm and Term Infants

Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) is the most common respiratory cause of mortality and morbidity in very preterm infants, but it also could be seen in late preterm and term infants. Some genetic mechanisms were involved in the pathogenesis of RDS in late preterm and term infants. ATP-binding cassette transporter A3 (ABCA3) is essential for the production of pulmonary surfactant, whose mutation is the most common monogenetic cause of RDS in newborns. It also takes a vi...

BETAmethasone Dose Reduction: Non-Inferiority on the Neurocognitive Outcomes of Children Born Before 32 Weeks of Gestation

Maternal antenatal corticosteroid therapy is the last major advance in the antenatal management of fetuses to prevent neonatal complications associated with prematurity. Long-term neurological outcomes in infants exposed to antenatal steroids have been assessed in few cohorts and suggest that this therapy is able to prevent some neurodevelopmental impairments including cerebral palsy. While >85% of neonates born very preterm in Europe have been exposed to antenatal betamethason...

Work of Breathing During Non-invasive Ventilation in Premature Neonates

Background: Non-invasive forms of respiratory support have been developed to manage respiratory distress and failure in premature newborns without exposing them to the risks associated with invasive mechanical ventilation. It has been difficult to synchronize non-invasive ventilation due to the large air leaks, high respiratory rates, and small tidal volumes inherent to this interface and population. Neurally adjusted ventilatory assist (NAVA) is a novel mode of ventilat...


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