Neurological and Developmental Outcomes of High-Risk Neonates, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology

Edited by Nathalie Maitre, MD, PhD and Andrea F. Duncan, MD, MS
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In this issue of Clinics in Perinatology, guest editors Drs. Nathalie Maitre and Andrea F. Duncan bring their considerable expertise to the topic of Neurological and Developmental Outcomes of High-Risk Neonates. Preterm birth complications are the leading cause of death among children under five years of age, and three-quarters of these deaths could be prevented with current, cost-effective interventions. In this issue, top experts provide neonatologists and perinatologists with the clinical information they need to improve outcomes in high-risk newborns. 

Key Features
  • Contains 15 practice-oriented topics including neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome; healthcare disparities in high-risk neonates; autism spectrum and high-risk infant phenotypes; NICU transition to home interventions; telehealth and other innovations in NICU follow up; and more. 

  • Provides in-depth clinical reviews on neurological and developmental outcomes of high-risk neonates, offering actionable insights for clinical practice. 

  • Presents the latest information on this timely, focused topic under the leadership of experienced editors in the field. Authors synthesize and distill the latest research and practice guidelines to create clinically significant, topic-based reviews. 

ISBN 9780323961912
Product Format Book
Publication Date 2023
Author Information Edited by Nathalie Maitre, MD, PhD, Director of Early Development & Cerebral Palsy Research, Emory University School of Medicine, Adjunct Professor, Emory+Children's Ped Institut and Andrea F. Duncan, MD, MS, Medical Director, Neonatal Follow-up Program , Attending Neonatologist, Division of Neonatology , Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Publication Date 28-03-2023
Stock Status In Stock
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