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  1. Tumour necrosis factor blockade after asphyxia in foetal sheep ameliorates cystic white matter injury
  2. Targeting Persistent Neuroinflammation after Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy—Is Exendin-4 the Answer?
  3. Determinants of acute kidney injury in children with new onset type 1 diabetes: A cohort study of children aged <15 years: Auckland, New Zealand (2006–2016)
  4. Lack of Neuroprotection with a Single Intravenous Infusion of Human Amnion Epithelial Cells after Severe Hypoxia–Ischemia in Near-Term Fetal Sheep
  5. Textbooks can be wrong—head compression is very unlikely to contribute to intrapartum decelerations
  6. Connexins, Pannexins and Gap Junctions in Perinatal Brain Injury
  7. Back to the beginning: can we stop brain injury before it starts?
  8. Increased variability of fetal heart rate during labour: a review of preclinical and clinical studies
  9. Implications of the HELIX trial for treating infants with hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy in low-to-middle-income countries
  10. Physiological control of fetal heart rate variability during labour: implications and controversies
  11. Prognostic Neurobiomarkers in Neonatal Encephalopathy
  12. Is Late Prevention of Cerebral Palsy in Extremely Preterm Infants Plausible?
  13. Fetal defenses against intrapartum head compression—implications for intrapartum decelerations and hypoxic-ischemic injury
  14. Changes in Cellular Localization of Inter-Alpha Inhibitor Proteins after Cerebral Ischemia in the Near-Term Ovine Fetus
  15. Reply to Smolich and Mynard
  16. Response to deceleration area and deceleration capacity: promising predictors of fetal acidaemia in human labour? Visual versus computerised cardiotocography
  17. Treating Seizures after Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy—Current Controversies and Future Directions
  18. Induction of Tertiary Phase Epileptiform Discharges after Postasphyxial Infusion of a Toll-Like Receptor 7 Agonist in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  19. Adverse neural effects of delayed, intermittent treatment with rEPO after asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  20. Evidence of a plateau in the incidence of type 1 diabetes in children 0–4 years of age from a regional pediatric diabetes center; Auckland, New Zealand: 1977–2019
  21. Transient effects of forebrain ischemia on fetal heart rate variability in fetal sheep
  22. Neonatal encephalopathy and potential lost opportunities: when the story fits, please cool
  23. Reply to “Letter to the Editor: Bezold–Jarisch reflex in the near-term fetus during labor: a matter of time”
  24. Anti-Inflammatory Therapies for Treatment of Inflammation-Related Preterm Brain Injury
  25. Lack of evidence for impaired preload or Bezold-Jarisch activation during brief umbilical cord occlusions in fetal sheep
  26. Reply to “Measurement of fetal parasympathetic activity during labor: a new pathway for evaluation of fetal well-being?”
  27. Tertiary cystic white matter injury as a potential phenomenon after hypoxia-ischaemia in preterm f sheep
  28. Preventing Brain Injury in the Preterm Infant—Current Controversies and Potential Therapies
  29. Deceleration area and capacity during labour‐like umbilical cord occlusions identify evolving hypotension: a controlled study in fetal sheep
  30. Recombinant erythropoietin does not augment hypothermic white matter protection after global cerebral ischaemia in near-term fetal sheep
  31. Effects of antenatal dexamethasone and hyperglycemia on cardiovascular adaptation to asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  32. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Correlates of White Matter Gliosis and Injury in Preterm Fetal Sheep Exposed to Progressive Systemic Inflammation
  33. Advanced Deep Learning Spectroscopy of Scalogram Infused CNN Classifiers for Robust Identification of Post‐Hypoxic Epileptiform EEG Spikes
  34. Fifty-three years of follow-up of an infant with neonatal encephalopathy treated with therapeutic hypothermia
  35. Effects of β-adrenergic stimulation on fetal heart rate, heart rate variability, and T-wave elevation during brief umbilical cord occlusions in fetal sheep
  36. Parasympathetic activity is the key regulator of heart rate variability between decelerations during brief repeated umbilical cord occlusions in fetal sheep
  37. Window of opportunity for human amnion epithelial stem cells to attenuate astrogliosis after umbilical cord occlusion in preterm fetal sheep
  38. Connexin Hemichannel Mimetic Peptide Attenuates Cortical Interneuron Loss and Perineuronal Net Disruption Following Cerebral Ischemia in Near-Term Fetal Sheep
  39. Reply to the “Letter to the Editor: Mind the gap: epistemology of heart rate variability”
  40. Preterm Brain Injury, Antenatal Triggers, and Therapeutics: Timing Is Key
  41. Combination treatments with therapeutic hypothermia for hypoxic‐ischemic neuroprotection
  42. Circulating catecholamines partially regulate T-wave morphology but not heart rate variability during repeated umbilical cord occlusions in fetal sheep
  43. Cooling and immunomodulation for treating hypoxic‐ischemic brain injury
  44. The Effect of Size, Maturation, Global Asphyxia, Cerebral Ischemia, and Therapeutic Hypothermia on the Pharmacokinetics of High-Dose Recombinant Erythropoietin in Fetal Sheep
  45. Plasma vasopressin levels are closely associated with fetal hypotension and neuronal injury after hypoxia-ischemia in near-term fetal sheep
  46. Late onset oxygen requirement following neonatal therapeutic hypothermia
  47. Non‐additive effects of adjunct erythropoietin therapy with therapeutic hypothermia after global cerebral ischaemia in near‐term fetal sheep
  48. TLR7 agonist modulation of postasphyxial neurophysiological and cardiovascular adaptations in preterm fetal sheep
  49. When is a potential new neuroprotective treatment ready for translation?
  50. Early sinusoidal heart rate patterns and heart rate variability to assess hypoxia–ischaemia in near‐term fetal sheep
  51. Magnesium sulfate: a last roll of the dice for anti-excitotoxicity?
  52. Differential effects of slow rewarming after cerebral hypothermia on white matter recovery after global cerebral ischemia in near-term fetal sheep
  53. Should hypoxic babies get a little cold at birth?
  54. Protection of axonal integrity with 48 or 72 h of cerebral hypothermia in near-term fetal sheep
  55. Misleading with citation statistics?
  56. Evaluating anti-epileptic drugs in the era of therapeutic hypothermia
  57. Should therapeutic hypothermia be offered to babies with mild neonatal encephalopathy in the first 6 h after birth?
  58. Loss of interneurons and disruption of perineuronal nets in the cerebral cortex following hypoxia-ischaemia in near-term fetal sheep
  59. Challenges and controversies in perinatal physiology
  60. EEG sharp waves are a biomarker of striatal neuronal survival after hypoxia-ischemia in preterm fetal sheep
  61. Endogenous neuroprotection after perinatal hypoxia-ischaemia: the resilient developing brain
  62. Evidence that therapeutic hypothermia should be continued for 72 hours
  63. Limited benefit of slow rewarming after cerebral hypothermia for global cerebral ischemia in near-term fetal sheep
  64. A brief campaign to prevent diabetic ketoacidosis in children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus: The NO-DKA Study
  65. Magnesium sulfate and sex differences in cardiovascular and neural adaptations during normoxia and asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  66. The fetus at the tipping point: modifying the outcome of fetal asphyxia
  67. A working model for hypothermic neuroprotection
  68. The peripheral chemoreflex: indefatigable guardian of fetal physiological adaptation to labour
  69. Increasing incidence of type 2 diabetes in New Zealand children <15 years of age in a regional-based diabetes service, Auckland, New Zealand
  70. Time and sex dependent effects of magnesium sulphate on post-asphyxial seizures in preterm fetal sheep
  71. Evolving changes in fetal heart rate variability and brain injury after hypoxia-ischaemia in preterm fetal sheep
  72. Mild Neonatal Encephalopathy—How, When, and How Much to Treat?
  73. Angiotensin-converting enzyme-inhibitor therapy in adolescents with type 1 diabetes in a regional cohort: Auckland, New Zealand from 2006 to 2016
  74. Complex interactions between hypoxia-ischemia and inflammation in preterm brain injury
  75. Neonatal Encephalopathy With Group B Streptococcal Disease Worldwide: Systematic Review, Investigator Group Datasets, and Meta-analysis
  76. An investigation of fetal behavioural states during maternal sleep in healthy late gestation pregnancy: an observational study
  77. Delayed intranasal infusion of human amnion epithelial cells improves white matter maturation after asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  78. Reply from Christopher A. Lear, Robert Galinsky, Guido Wassink, Kyohei Yamaguchi, Joanne O. Davidson, Jenny A. Westgate, Laura Bennet and Alistair J. Gunn
  79. Connexin hemichannel blockade improves survival of striatal GABA-ergic neurons after global cerebral ischaemia in term-equivalent fetal sheep
  80. How long is sufficient for optimal neuroprotection with cerebral cooling after ischemia in fetal sheep?
  81. Antenatal dexamethasone before asphyxia promotes cystic neural injury in preterm fetal sheep by inducing hyperglycemia
  82. Hyaluronan synthesis by developing cortical neurons in vitro
  83. In the Era of Therapeutic Hypothermia, How Well Do Studies of Perinatal Neuroprotection Control Temperature?
  84. Effect of maternal position on fetal behavioural state and heart rate variability in healthy late gestation pregnancy
  85. Cholinergic and β-adrenergic control of cardiovascular reflex responses to brief repeated asphyxia in term-equivalent fetal sheep
  86. Hyperglycaemia in infants with hypoxic–ischaemic encephalopathy is associated with improved outcomes after therapeutic hypothermia: a post hoc analysis of the CoolCap Study
  87. Pathways to reduce diabetic ketoacidosis with new onset type 1 diabetes: Evidence from a regional pediatric diabetes center: Auckland, New Zealand, 2010 to 2014
  88. Therapeutic hypothermia translates from ancient history in to practice
  89. Examining the effect of MgSO<inf>4</inf> on sharp wave transient activity in the hypoxic-ischemic fetal sheep model
  90. Identifying stereotypic evolving micro-scale seizures (SEMS) in the hypoxic-ischemic EEG of the pre-term fetal sheep with a Wavelet Type-II Fuzzy classifier
  91. The myths and physiology surrounding intrapartum decelerations: the critical role of the peripheral chemoreflex
  92. HMGB1 Translocation After Ischemia in the Ovine Fetal Brain
  93. Relationship between PCO2 and unfavorable outcome in infants with moderate-to-severe hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy
  94. Extending the duration of hypothermia does not further improve white matter protection after ischemia in term-equivalent fetal sheep
  95. Role of Hemichannels in CNS Inflammation and the Inflammasome Pathway
  96. Animal studies of neonatal hypothermic neuroprotection have translated well in to practice
  97. Subclinical decelerations during developing hypotension in preterm fetal sheep after acute on chronic lipopolysaccharide exposure
  98. Potential neuroprotective strategies for perinatal infection and inflammation
  99. Therapeutic Hypothermia for Neonatal Hypoxic–Ischemic Encephalopathy – Where to from Here?
  100. Preventing Diabetic Ketoacidosis
  101. Reverse Bi-orthogonal wavelets & fuzzy classifiers for the automatic detection of spike waves in the EEG of the hypoxic ischemic pre-term fetal sheep
  102. Non-Additive Effects of Delayed Connexin Hemichannel Blockade and Hypothermia after Cerebral Ischemia in Near-Term Fetal Sheep
  103. Magnesium sulphate and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular adaptations to asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  104. Neuroprotection for Perinatal Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
  105. Sympathetic neural activation does not mediate heart rate variability during repeated brief umbilical cord occlusions in near-term fetal sheep
  106. 15-year incidence of diabetic ketoacidosis at onset of type 1 diabetes in children from a regional setting (Auckland, New Zealand)
  107. Analgesics, sedatives, anticonvulsant drugs, and the cooled brain
  108. Advanced magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging techniques applied to brain development and animal models of perinatal injury
  109. Severe short stature and Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome: response to growth hormone in two cases without growth hormone deficiency
  110. The role for IGF-1-derived small neuropeptides as a therapeutic target for neurological disorders
  111. Hypothermic Neuroprotection Is Associated With Recovery of Spectral Edge Frequency After Asphyxia in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  112. How Long is Too Long for Cerebral Cooling after Ischemia in Fetal Sheep?
  113. A Critical Review of Models of Perinatal Infection
  114. Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Preconditioning Attenuates Apoptosis and Differentially Regulates TLR4 and TLR7 Gene Expression after Ischemia in the Preterm Ovine Fetal Brain
  115. Beneficence and Nonmaleficence in Treating Neonatal Hypoxic-Ischemic Brain Injury
  116. Battle of the hemichannels – Connexins and Pannexins in ischemic brain injury
  117. Asphyxia and Therapeutic Hypothermia Modulate Plasma Nitrite Concentrations and Carotid Vascular Resistance in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  118. The effects of dexamethasone on post‐asphyxial cerebral oxygenation in the preterm fetal sheep
  119. Spontaneous Pre-Existing Hypoxia Does Not Affect Brain Damage after Global Cerebral Ischaemia in Late-Gestation Fetal Sheep
  120. Role of Recurrent Hypoxia-Ischemia in Preterm White Matter Injury Severity
  121. Constitutional Delay Influences the Auxological Response to Growth Hormone Treatment in Children with Short Stature and Growth Hormone Sufficiency
  122. nNOS inhibition during profound asphyxia reduces seizure burden and improves survival of striatal phenotypic neurons in preterm fetal sheep
  123. Superiority of high frequency hypoxic ischemic EEG signals of fetal sheep for sharp wave detection using Wavelet-Type 2 Fuzzy classifiers
  124. Using type-2 fuzzy logic systems for spike detection in the hypoxic ischemic EEG of the preterm fetal sheep
  125. Biphasic changes in fetal heart rate variability in preterm fetal sheep developing hypotension after acute on chronic lipopolysaccharide exposure
  126. Sustained sympathetic nervous system support of arterial blood pressure during repeated brief umbilical cord occlusions in near-term fetal sheep
  127. Connexin Hemichannel Blockade Is Neuroprotective after Asphyxia in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  128. Status Epilepticus after Prolonged Umbilical Cord Occlusion Is Associated with Greater Neural Injury Fetal Sheep at Term-Equivalent
  129. Are baby hammocks safe for sleeping babies? A randomised controlled trial
  130. Prenatal cerebral ischemia triggers dysmaturation of caudate projection neurons
  131. Mechanisms of Hypothermic Neuroprotection
  132. Quantifying the power spectrum of fetal heart rate variability
  133. Synergistic white matter protection with acute-on-chronic endotoxin and subsequent asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  134. Magnesium Is Not Consistently Neuroprotective for Perinatal Hypoxia-Ischemia in Term-Equivalent Models in Preclinical Studies: A Systematic Review
  135. Does Maturity Affect Cephalic Perfusion and T/QRS Ratio during Prolonged Umbilical Cord Occlusion in Fetal Sheep?
  136. The mechanisms and treatment of asphyxial encephalopathy
  137. Does Tongue Size Contribute to Risk of Airway Narrowing in Preterm Infants Sitting in a Car Safety Seat?
  138. Deep hypothermic circulatory arrest during the arterial switch operation is associated with reduction in cerebral oxygen extraction but no increase in white matter injury
  139. LPS and TNF alpha modulate AMPA/NMDA receptor subunit expression and induce PGE2 and glutamate release in preterm fetal ovine mixed glial cultures
  140. Partial neuroprotection by nNOS inhibition during profound asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  141. Astrocytes and microglia in acute cerebral injury underlying cerebral palsy associated with preterm birth
  142. What brakes the preterm brain? An arresting story
  143. Neural plasticity and the Kennard principle: does it work for the preterm brain?
  144. Antenatal Dexamethasone after Asphyxia Increases Neural Injury in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  145. Ontogeny and control of the heart rate power spectrum in the last third of gestation in fetal sheep
  146. Partial Neural Protection with Prophylactic Low-Dose Melatonin after Asphyxia in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  147. Connexin hemichannel blockade is neuroprotective after, but not during, global cerebral ischemia in near-term fetal sheep
  148. Neurodevelopmental and Body Composition Outcomes in Children With Congenital Hypothyroidism Treated With High-Dose Initial Replacement and Close Monitoring
  149. Pre-Existing Hypoxia Is Associated with Greater EEG Suppression and Early Onset of Evolving Seizure Activity during Brief Repeated Asphyxia in Near-Term Fetal Sheep
  150. Neurogenesis and progenitor cell distribution in the subgranular zone and subventricular zone of the adult sheep brain
  151. Randomized Controlled Trial of a Car Safety Seat Insert to Reduce Hypoxia in Term Infants
  152. Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome ( POTS ) in a child with type 1 diabetes
  153. Acute on chronic exposure to endotoxin is associated with enhanced chemoreflex responses in preterm fetal sheep
  154. Selective head cooling
  155. The pharmacology of hypothermia
  156. Neonatal Neural Rescue
  157. Acute on chronic exposure to endotoxin in preterm fetal sheep
  158. Inhibition of Matrix Metalloproteinases-2/-9 Transiently Reduces Pre-Oligodendrocyte Loss during Lipopolysaccharide- but Not Tumour Necrosis Factor-alpha-Induced Inflammation in Fetal Ovine Glial Culture
  159. Dopamine infusion for postresuscitation blood pressure support after profound asphyxia in near-term fetal sheep
  160. Nonadditive Neuroprotection With Early Glutamate Receptor Blockade and Delayed Hypothermia After Asphyxia in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  161. Preterm neonatal cardiovascular instability: Does understanding the fetus help evaluate the newborn?
  162. Window of Opportunity for Neuroprotection with an Antioxidant, Allene Oxide Synthase, after Hypoxia-Ischemia in Adult Male Rats
  163. Missed congenital hypothyroidism in an identical twin
  164. Etiology of Increasing Incidence of Congenital Hypothyroidism in New Zealand from 1993–2010
  165. Effect of cerebral hypothermia and asphyxia on the subventricular zone and white matter tracts in preterm fetal sheep
  166. Subclinical exposure to low-dose endotoxin impairs EEG maturation in preterm fetal sheep
  167. Renal sympathetic nerve activity during asphyxia in fetal sheep
  168. Maturation of the Mitochondrial Redox Response to Profound Asphyxia in Fetal Sheep
  169. Treatment of infertility with hypogonadotropic hypogonadism: 10-year experience in Auckland, New Zealand
  170. Deleterious Effects of High Dose Connexin 43 Mimetic Peptide Infusion After Cerebral Ischaemia in Near-Term Fetal Sheep
  171. Cell therapy for neonatal hypoxia-ischemia and cerebral palsy
  172. Which Neuroprotective Agents are Ready for Bench to Bedside Translation in the Newborn Infant?
  173. Limited predictive value of early changes in EEG spectral power for neural injury after asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  174. Connexin hemichannel blockade improves outcomes in a model of fetal ischemia
  175. Glucocorticoids and Preterm Hypoxic-Ischemic Brain Injury: The Good and the Bad
  176. Seven- to eight-year follow-up of the CoolCap trial of head cooling for neonatal encephalopathy
  177. Impact of insulin pumps on glycaemic control in a pump-naïve paediatric regional population
  178. Hypothermia and Other Treatment Options for Neonatal Encephalopathy: An Executive Summary of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver NICHD Workshop
  179. Spike detection in the preterm fetal sheep EEG using Haar wavelet analysis
  180. Maternal dexamethasone and EEG hyperactivity in preterm fetal sheep
  181. Baroreflex control of renal sympathetic nerve activity and heart rate in near-term fetal sheep
  182. Non-Compliance with Growth Hormone Treatment in Children Is Common and Impairs Linear Growth
  183. Loss of the pregnancy-induced rise in cortisol concentrations in the ewe impairs the fetal insulin-like growth factor axis
  184. Pitfalls in the Quest of Neuroprotectants for the Perinatal Brain
  185. White Matter Protection with Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1 and Hypothermia Is Not Additive after Severe Reversible Cerebral Ischemia in Term Fetal Sheep
  186. Responses of the Fetus and Neonate to Hypothermia
  187. Maturation-related changes in the pattern of renal sympathetic nerve activity from fetal life to adulthood
  188. Physiological changes in maternal cortisol do not alter expression of growth-related genes in the ovine placenta
  189. Mechanisms of hypothermic neuroprotection
  190. Potential biomarkers for hypoxic–ischemic encephalopathy
  191. Therapeutic hypothermia translates to the NICU
  192. Refining neuroprotection strategies in the Era of therapeutic hypothermia
  193. The neural and vascular effects of killed Su-Streptococcus pyogenes (OK-432) in preterm fetal sheep
  194. Adenosine A1receptor mediated suppression of adrenal activity in near-term fetal sheep
  195. Neurological outcomes at 18 months of age after moderate hypothermia for perinatal hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy: synthesis and meta-analysis of trial data
  196. The role of the neural sympathetic and parasympathetic systems in diurnal and sleep state-related cardiovascular rhythms in the late-gestation ovine fetus
  197. Fetal Hypoxia Insults and Patterns of Brain Injury: Insights from Animal Models
  198. The Fetal Heart Rate Response to Hypoxia: Insights from Animal Models
  199. Endogenous and exogenous neuroprotective mechanisms after hypoxic–ischemic injury
  200. Fetal response to asphyxia
  201. The pathogenesis of preterm brain injury
  202. Initial growth deceleration during GnRH analogue therapy for precocious puberty
  203. Does Head Cooling With Mild Systemic Hypothermia Affect Requirement for Blood Pressure Support?
  204. Is baroreflex control of sympathetic activity and heart rate active in the preterm fetal sheep?
  205. Acute Behavioral Effects of Intrapleural OK-432 (Picibanil) Administration in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  206. Brain Cooling for Preterm Infants
  208. Ethnicity and social deprivation independently influence metabolic control in children with type 1 diabetes
  209. Partial neuroprotection with low-dose infusion of the α2-adrenergic receptor agonist clonidine after severe hypoxia in preterm fetal sheep
  210. Therapeutic hypothermia in neonates. Review of current clinical data, ILCOR recommendations and suggestions for implementation in neonatal intensive care units
  211. A novel therapeutic paradigm to treat congenital hypothyroidism
  212. Timing of injury in the fetus and neonate
  213. Hypothermia: An Evolving Treatment for Neonatal Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy
  214. Extracellular amino acids and lipid peroxidation products in periventricular white matter during and after cerebral ischemia in preterm fetal sheep
  215. Effect of Cerebral Hypothermia on Cortisol and Adrenocorticotropic Hormone Responses after Umbilical Cord Occlusion in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  216. Temporal Changes in Insulin-Like Growth Factors I and II and in Insulin-Like Growth Factor Binding Proteins 1, 2, and 3 in Human Milk
  217. Therapeutic Hypothermia Changes the Prognostic Value of Clinical Evaluation of Neonatal Encephalopathy
  218. Upper airway size while sucking on a pacifier in an infant with micrognathia
  219. Can we reduce episodes of haemoglobin desaturation in full-term babies restrained in car seats?
  220. Effect of pacifier use on mandibular position in preterm infants
  221. The ontogeny of hemodynamic responses to prolonged umbilical cord occlusion in fetal sheep
  222. Head Cooling for Neonatal Encephalopathy: The State of the Art
  223. Male disadvantage? Fetal sex and cardiovascular responses to asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  224. Preexisting hypoxia is associated with a delayed but more sustained rise in T/QRS ratio during prolonged umbilical cord occlusion in near-term fetal sheep
  225. The intrapartum deceleration in center stage: a physiologic approach to the interpretation of fetal heart rate changes in labor
  226. Cardiac-related rhythms in sympathetic nerve activity in preterm fetal sheep
  227. Determinants of Outcomes After Head Cooling for Neonatal Encephalopathy
  228. Regulation of cytochrome oxidase redox state during umbilical cord occlusion in preterm fetal sheep
  229. Regional Specificity of Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Histopathology Following Cerebral Ischemia in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  230. The effect of cerebral hypothermia on white and grey matter injury induced by severe hypoxia in preterm fetal sheep
  231. Neonatal micrognathia is associated with small upper airways on radiographic measurement
  232. Destruction and reconstruction: Hypoxia and the developing brain
  233. Differential Effects of Hypothermia on Early and Late Epileptiform Events After Severe Hypoxia in Preterm Fetal Sheep
  234. Induced cerebral hypothermia reduces post-hypoxic loss of phenotypic striatal neurons in preterm fetal sheep
  235. Apparently life threatening events in infant car safety seats: Table 1
  236. Endogenous α2-adrenergic receptor-mediated neuroprotection after severe hypoxia in preterm fetal sheep
  238. Hypothermic neuroprotection
  239. Post-hypoxic hypoperfusion is associated with suppression of cerebral metabolism and increased tissue oxygenation in near-term fetal sheep
  240. Relationship between evolving epileptiform activity and delayed loss of mitochondrial activity after asphyxia measured by near-infrared spectroscopy in preterm fetal sheep
  241. Suppression of post-hypoxic-ischemic EEG transients with dizocilpine is associated with partial striatal protection in the preterm fetal sheep
  242. Transient NMDA receptor-mediated hypoperfusion following umbilical cord occlusion in preterm fetal sheep
  243. Hypothermia and perinatal asphyxia: Executive summary of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development workshop
  244. The importance of ‘awareness’ for understanding fetal pain
  245. Fetal acidosis and hypotension during repeated umbilical cord occlusions are associated with enhanced chemoreflex responses in near-term fetal sheep
  246. Ontogeny of AMPA and NMDA receptor gene expression in the developing sheep white matter and cerebral cortex
  247. Spontaneous hypoxia in multiple pregnancies is associated with early fetal decompensation and enhanced T-wave elevation during brief repeated cord occlusion in near-term fetal sheep
  248. Profound hypotension and associated electrocardiographic changes during prolonged cord occlusion in the near term fetal sheep
  249. Cortisol and ACTH responses to severe asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  250. Selective head cooling after neonatal encephalopathy
  251. The Effect of Mild Hypothermia on Insulin-like Growth Factors After Severe Asphyxia in the Preterm Fetal Sheep
  252. Epileptiform Activity During Rewarming from Moderate Cerebral Hypothermia in the Near-Term Fetal Sheep
  253. Cerebral Oxygenation during Postasphyxial Seizures in Near-Term Fetal Sheep
  254. Cardiovascular and endocrine effects of a single course of maternal dexamethasone treatment in preterm fetal sheep
  255. Selective head cooling with mild systemic hypothermia after neonatal encephalopathy: multicentre randomised trial
  256. Therapeutic hypothermia: from lab to NICU
  257. Cortical electroencephalogram suppression is associated with post-ischemic cortical injury in 0.65 gestation fetal sheep
  258. Rebound Seizures During Rewarming
  259. Fetal heart rate variability and brain stem injury after asphyxia in preterm fetal sheep
  260. Magnesium sulphate given before birth does not significantly reduce death or cerebral palsy in premature babies, but may improve motor dysfunction
  261. The role of the sympathetic nervous system in postasphyxial intestinal hypoperfusion in the pre-term sheep fetus
  262. TGFβ-1 and neurological function after hypoxia-ischemia in adult rats
  263. Responses of the Fetus and Neonate to Hypothermia
  264. Simple Car Seat Insert to Prevent Upper Airway Narrowing in Preterm Infants: A Pilot Study
  265. The emerging role of therapeutic hypothermia in acute stroke
  266. Key Neuroprotective Role for Endogenous Adenosine A 1 Receptor Activation During Asphyxia in the Fetal Sheep
  267. Insulin-like growth factor-1 and post-ischemic brain injury
  268. LH levels in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome: have modern assays made them irrelevant?
  269. Treatment of Term Infants With Head Cooling and Mild Systemic Hypothermia (35.0°C and 34.5°C) After Perinatal Asphyxia
  270. The emerging role of induced hypothermia in the management of acute stroke
  271. The role of fetal ECG monitoring in labour
  272. A review of the anatomy of the upper airway in early infancy and its possible relevance to SIDS
  273. Is temperature important in delivery room resuscitation?
  274. Hypoxic-ischemic brain injury in the newborn: pathophysiology and potential strategies for intervention
  275. Resuscitation of newborns
  276. Differential changes in insulin‐like growth factors and their binding proteins following asphyxia in the preterm fetal sheep
  277. Fetal heart rate overshoot during repeated umbilical cord occlusion in sheep
  278. Neurodevelopmental Outcome of Infants Treated With Head Cooling and Mild Hypothermia After Perinatal Asphyxia
  279. ST waveform changes during repeated umbilical cord occlusions in near-term fetal sheep
  280. Failure of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation in cases of sudden infant death
  281. The Premature Fetus: Not as Defenseless as We Thought, but Still Paradoxically Vulnerable?
  282. Delayed hypotension and subendocardial injury after repeated umbilical cord occlusion in near-term fetal lambs
  283. CLINICAL REVIEW ARTICLE: Is changing the sleep environment enough? Current recommendations for SIDS
  284. An evaluation of methods for grading histologic injury following ischemia/reperfusion of the small bowel
  285. Cerebral hypothermia for prevention of brain injury following perinatal asphyxia
  286. Selective neuroprotective effects with insulin-like growth factor-1 in phenotypic striatal neurons following ischemic brain injury in fetal sheep
  287. Role of Hypothermia in Asphyxia
  288. Fetal seizures causing increased heart rate variability during terminal fetal hypoxia
  289. The cardiovascular and cerebrovascular responses of the immature fetal sheep to acute umbilical cord occlusion
  290. Brain Hypothermia and QT Interval
  291. Neuroprotection With Prolonged Head Cooling Started Before Postischemic Seizures in Fetal Sheep
  292. The `pharmacology' of neuronal rescue with cerebral hypothermia
  293. Selective Head Cooling in Newborn Infants After Perinatal Asphyxia: A Safety Study
  294. Asphyxial brain injury—the role of the IGF system
  295. Pharmacological strategies for the prevention of perinatal brain damage
  296. Potential Role for Growth Hormone in Human Lactation Insufficiency
  297. Can preterm twins breast feed successfully? 1377
  298. Perinatal Brain Injury.
  299. Congenital idiopathic growth hormone deficiency associated with prenatal and early postnatal growth failure
  300. Expression of insulin-like growth factor-binding protein 2 (IGF-BP 2) following transient hypoxia-ischemia in the infant rat brain
  301. Hypoxia-ischemia induces transforming growth factor β1 mRNA in the infant rat brain
  302. Effects of hypoxia-ischemia and seizures on neuronal and glial-like c-fos protein levels in the infant rat
  303. Fetal Responses to Asphyxia
  304. The Pathogenesis of Preterm Brain Injury