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September 2020 Article of the Month

Our new article of the month comes from Dr. Lochie Milner and is a systemic review and analysis of blood pressure measurements in neonates.

Accurate blood pressure measurements in neonates are fraught with challenges which is influenced by several factors including technique, cuff size and location of measurement. Since hypertension is being seen more frequently in neonates, especially in those with lung disease, the accuracy of neonatal blood pressure measurements is important for therapeutic guidance and potentially preventing long term cardiovascular complications.

March 2020 Article of the Month

Our new article of the month comes from Dr. Erin Rademacher. Please read more about outcomes of chronic dialysis therapy in infants and neonates.

The decision as to whether to offer neonates and infants chronic dialysis has been a challenging one for many years, with data limited on survival and ongoing receipt of transplantation. This article helps to provide neonatologists and nephrologists with the outcomes from a large data registry demonstrating that outcomes have improved over the last two decades.