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October-December 2016 | Vol 5 | Issue 4

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Review Article
Radiation hazard in neonatal intensive care unit – covert menace to the innocent ones or the caregivers: Which is true?
In the past decade, the survival of extremely premature and sick newborns has increased staggeringly so as the iatrogenic issues. The most evaded one is radiation hazard. The inherent sensitivity of t...
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Review Article
The golden hour approach: Practical guidelines of the Saudi neonatology society on managing very low birth weight infants in the first hour of life
Premature infants are at a high risk of morbidity and mortality. Furthermore, physiologic immaturity renders most very low birth weight infants (VLBWIs) in need of interventions and stabilization imme...
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Original Article
Comparison of volume and frequency based feeding protocols in very low birth weight infants: A prospective randomized study
Background and Objectives: Studies have shown that nutritional strategies instituted early in life will have a lifelong impact on mental and physical outcomes in neonates. The objective of the ...
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Original Article
Incidence of feeding intolerance in preterm neonates in neonatal intensive care units, Port Said, Egypt
Introduction: The feeding of preterm neonates is one of the main challenges facing the neonatologist. Feeding intolerance can be defined by difficulty in ingestion or digestion of the milk that...
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Original Article
Factors affecting the complications of interhospital transfer of neonates referred to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of Besat Hospital in 2012–2013
Background and Objective: Correct interhospital transfer of neonates is an important factor in reducing their mortality. This study aimed at determining the prevalence and factors affecting the...
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Journal of Clinical Neonatology

Journal of Clinical Neonatology, a publication of Saudi Neonatology Society, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published.
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