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Highlights from this issue
  1. Ben Stenson, Edition Editor

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There is so much in the journal this month that will be of wide interest that it is difficult to know where to start. The original science is strong and so are the invited editorials and review articles. Strong themes include late and and moderately preterm infants, neurology and neuroprotection and respiratory physiology. We have included a quality improvement project on infant feeding showing the potential to shorten time to full feeds and length of stay if the results can be replicated. We are interested in seeing more quality improvement work and would welcome the submission of short articles (up to 1200 words and five references) describing convincing quality improvement innovations that can be readily implemented.

Duration of resuscitation with Apgar Zero

There is another report in this month's issue of the outcomes of survivors who were successfully resuscitated after having an Apgar score of zero at 10 minutes. Shah and colleagues describe 13 infants from Western Australia. Eight of the infants died. Four of the five survivors had good follow up outcomes. …

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