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Asphyxia Neonatorum

Condition 101

What are the alternative names for Asphyxia Neonatorum?

  • Hypoxia neonatorum

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Latest Research

Latest Advance
Study
  • Condition: Shoulder Delivery
  • Journal: The National medical journal of India
  • Treatment Used: 2-step vs. 1-step
  • Number of Patients: 14627
  • Published —
This study compared neonatal outcomes between 2 methods of shoulder delivery: 2-step and 1-step.
Latest Advance
Study
  • Condition: Intrapartum-Related Death
  • Journal: Trials
  • Treatment Used: Neonatal Resuscitation with Supraglottic Airway Device
  • Number of Patients: 1240
  • Published —
This study tested the safety and efficacy of using a supraglottic airway device for neonatal resuscitation in infants potentially suffering from intrapartum-related death.
Latest Advance
Study
  • Condition: Preterm infants
  • Journal: JAMA
  • Treatment Used: Sustained inflations versus intermittent positive pressure ventilation
  • Number of Patients: 460
  • Published —
This study compared the effects of sustained inflations versus intermittent positive pressure ventilation in preterm infants.
Latest Advance
Study
  • Condition: Birth Asphyxia
  • Journal: Archives of disease in childhood
  • Treatment Used: Theophylline
  • Number of Patients: 436
  • Published —
In this study, researchers evaluated the effectiveness of theophylline to prevent acute kidney injury in newborns with birth asphyxia.

Clinical Trials

Clinical Trial
Drug
  • Status: Recruiting
  • Study Type: Drug
  • Participants: 1108
  • Start Date: March 16, 2020
Birth Asphyxia in Uganda: Prevalence, Associated Factors and Effect of Intrapartum Oxygen Administration on Fetal and Early Neonatal Outcomes
Clinical Trial
Device
  • Status: Recruiting
  • Study Type: Device
  • Participants: 126
  • Start Date: December 16, 2019
Standard 6-sec Method Versus Tap-based Application Method to Assess Heart Rate at Birth - a Randomized Controlled Trial
Clinical Trial
Behavioral
  • Status: Recruiting
  • Study Type: Behavioral
  • Participants: 80
  • Start Date: February 18, 2019
A Pilot Study Examining the Efficacy of Brief Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for Perinatal Depression