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The Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
Interaction between pulmonary vasculature and the patent ductus arteriosus in very premature infants
Prevalence and clinical characteristics of perinatal chronic lung disease by infant gestational age
Mavunda, K.*, Jiang, X., Ambrose, C.S.
Low caloric intake and high fluid intake during the first week of life are associated with the severity of bronchopulmonary dysplasia in extremely low birth weight infants
Al-Jebawi, Y., Agarwal, N., Groh Wargo, S., Shekhawat, P., Mhanna, M.J. *
The etiology of neonatal pneumonia, complicated by bronchopulmonary dysplasia
Kushnareva, M.V.* , Keshishyan, E.S., Balashova, E.D.
Prolonged non-invasive ventilation in extremely low birth weight preterm infants is associated with bronchopulmonary dysplasia
Chabra, S.*, Strandjord, T. , Peeples, E.
Exhaled breath condensate nitrite in premature infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia
Yen, E.*, Weinberger, B., Laumbach, R.J., Ohman-Strickland, P.A., Vetrano, A.M., Gow, A.M., Ramagopal, M.
Bronchopulmonary dysplasia appropriateness as a surrogate marker for long-term pulmonary outcomes: A Systematic review
Corwin, B.K.*, Trembath, A.N., Hibbs, A.M.
Pilot feasibility study to detect mesenchymal stem cell biomarkers of bronchopulmonary dysplasia in the tracheal aspirate fluid of preterm infants
R.G. LaGrandeur, M. Singhal, F. Bany-Mohammed, C. Uy, R. Koeppel, F. Zaldivar, F. Haddad, A. Nalbandian, P. Donovan, D.M. Cooper, M. Aslam*
Endothelin 1 as a predictor marker for bronchopulmonary dysplasia in preterm neonates with respiratory distress syndrome
M.S. El Shemi, S. Tawfik , S.M. Khafagy*, M.T. Hamza , A.M.A. Youssef
Factors associated with long-term mechanical ventilation in extremely preterm infants
L. Yossef, E.G. Shepherd, S. Lynch, K.M. Reber, L. Nelin*
Oxygen and parenteral nutrition two main oxidants for extremely preterm infants: ‘It all adds up’
I. Mohamed *, W. Elremaly, T. Rouleau, J.-C Lavoie
Early extubation attempts reduce length of stay in extremely preterm infants even if re-intubation is necessary
M. Robbins, J. Trittmann, E. Martin, K.M. Reber, L. Nelin*, E. Shepherd
Do early postnatal body weight changes contribute to neonatal morbidities in the extremely low birth weight infants?
R. Verma*, S. Shibly, H. Fang, S. Pollack
Cord blood fibroblast growth factor-10 as a possible predictor of bronchopulmonary dysplasia in preterm infants
Walid A. Mohamed∗, Mohamed A. Aseeric
Factors associated with survival of <27 week infants in an all-referral neonatal intensive care unit
P.A. Moorehead, E.M. Martin, E.G. Shepherd, N.A. Parikh, P.B. Reagan, W. Gardner, K.O. Yeates, L.D. Nelin