An enzyme called protein phosphatase 2 (PP2A) appears to be a major driver of preeclampsia, a dangerous pregnancy complication characterized by the development of high blood pressure and excess protein in the urine.
The HAMILTON‐MR1 ventilator is now equipped with a CE-approved Neonatal Option, which means the device can now provide optimal ventilation therapy during MRI procedures for all patient populations.Read More
Using aerosol therapy on young patients offers a unique set of challenges, but these can be overcome with patient education and the proper selection of delivery devices.Read More
International Biomedical has released the Neo-Restraint, a fully adjustable close proximity support system for neonates. The Neo-Restraint is reusable and can be retrofitted to any Airborne transport incubator, according to the company.Read More
Tracheal splints created using 3-D printing have successfully improved the lung function of an 18-month-old boy with severe tracheobronchomalacia, making him the second child whose life has been saved by the technology developed by University of Michigan doctors.Read More
An infant with tracheobronchomalacia was successfully treated with a customized, bioresorbable tracheal splint created using three-dimensional printing.Read More
A new study finds that the use of azithromycin may hold promise in treating Ureaplasma-colonized or infected premature infants to prevent bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD).Read More
Despite a dramatic decline in deaths following a national Back to Sleep campaign, the racial gap for SIDS has not only persisted, but widened, crossing all educational and income categories among African Americans.Read More