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Umbilical Cord Blood Gases and Birth Asphyxia HIE Mid

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Fig 2 Association of low arterial cord pH with neonatal mortality. EPI=estimated predictive interval

FIGURE 1 The flowchart summarizes the basic preventive and therapeutic measures of the Siben Neurological Score.HIE: hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy; ...

Fig 1 Study selection process

... 42. Neurologic Signs • The clinical spectrum of HIE ...

Fetal arterial blood gases, pH, hematocrit, blood lactate, and arterial pressure and

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... the tissue; 6. • Perinatal Asphyxia ...

Population-based reference curve for umbilical cord arterial pH in infants born at 28 to 42 weeks | Journal of Perinatology

... the tissue; 4. • Perinatal Asphyxia ...

Table 6: Correlation between S100B protein level and arterial blood gas and Apgar score at 1 and 5 min among cases



... or neurologic abnormalities; 9. Factors that increase the risk of perinatal asphyxia ...

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Umbilical cord or first blood gas determination.

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Table 1 . Metabolomic analysis on animal models.

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Pearson correlation coefficient showing the association between different Apgar scores and cord blood gas parameters.

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7. • Perinatal Asphxia is a combination of ...

Fetal response to asphyxia illustrating the initia

Flow diagram of the HYPOTOP trial.

HIE and Damage to the Major Lobes of the Cerebrum - Frontal lobe, parietal lobe

Gestational age, and body weights at birth for lambs born after a normal pregnancy (

... through infancy and childhood; 80. • pattern of neurodevelopmental deficits follows an overt neonatal ...

Postnatal lamb behavior was observed from the time that lambs fully cleared the birth canal ( · Fetal arterial blood gases ...

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Biomarker correlations with blood gas parameters.

Umbilical Cord Blood Gases and Birth Asphyxia (HIE)

Clinical and biochemical characteristic at birth in neonates with different stage of hypoxicischemic

Table 4: Comparison between the two groups as regards Apgar score and laboratory investigations

TABLE 1 Relationships between time course of asphyxial insult, site(s) of brain

Evolution of Energy Related Metabolites in Plasma from Newborns with Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy during Hypothermia Treatment | Scientific Reports

The Sarnat chart for the staging of the severity of hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy as introduced by

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Early Biochemical Indicators of Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy after Birth Asphyxia | Pediatric Research

Relative changes of metabolites as a function of age of newborns with HIE enrolled in the HYPOTOP trial. Note: median values as a relative measure to median ...

... of symptoms Sarnat criteria; 19.

HIE (hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy) overview.

Interventional Targets Following Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE). A summary of

Figure 1: Burst suppression pattern in severe birth asphyxia showing severely suppressed background activity with intermittent bursts of normal activity

Elevated levels of serum sICAM-1 in asphyxiated low birth weight newborns | Scientific Reports

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Table 2 Human infant studies of Epo Abbreviations: EEG, electroencephalography; Epo, erythropoietin; HIE, hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy; MRI, ...

Table 1: Sociodemographic data, anthropometric measures, and mode of delivery of the studied groups

The Conventional-Apgar scoring system as introduced by Virginia Apgar in 1953.

CMRgl measured by PET in term infants with HIE after birth asphyxia, correlated with GA at PET, and outcome. Plots represent the infants and fit lines, ...

Table 4 Represents intrapartum risk factors of birth asphyxia in a tertiary care hospital of Karachi


Figure 61-2 Changes in blood gas values in the term monkey fetus after acute, total asphyxia. (Adapted from Myers RE. Two patterns of perinatal brain damage ...

Summary of potential neuroprotective strategies.

Figure 1: Pathophysiological mechanisms involved in preterm hypoxic–ischemic encephalopathy. Cx, cortex

According to Table 1, the neonate's highest HIE score (Thompson et al., 1997) was 4, indicating mild HIE, on Day 1. No congenital anomalies or metabolic ...

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S100B concentration relative to birthweight, gestational age, sample hemolysis and length of storage

Table 1 -Total no of newborn with birth asphyxia

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Notes: Mechanisms of brain injury and recovery after injury are listed. Therapeutic hypothermia and Epo have many similar mechanisms ...

Proposed Mechanisms of Current Clinical Trials. Cord blood infusions are rich with

Brain damage was assessed histologically weeks or months after asphyxia. (From Dawes GS. Foetal and neonatal physiology: a comparative study of ...

Chromatograms acquired during the injection of a plasma sample (blue line) and a spiked plasma sample (red line). Note: for lactate the 1:10 diluted sample ...

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Figure 3. Figure 3. Copeptin concentration correlates with perinatal acidosis. Copeptin cord blood concentrations are plotted against umbilical artery pH ...

Table 2: Neonatal features

... curve to determine the sensitivity and specificity of serum S100B protein with a cutoff point of 0.44 μg/l to diagnose hypoxic–ischemic encephalopathy.


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Communication interaction between the mother and the participant during all feeding sessions could be described as inadequate with limited eye contact.

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Systemic hypothermia to decrease morbidity of hypoxic-ischemic brain injury | Journal of Perinatology

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Table 4: Course during Neonatal Intensive Care Unit stay

Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy and Damage to the Cerebellum

Table 1: Maternal features

Treatment temperature and insult severity influence the neuroprotective effects of therapeutic hypothermia | Scientific Reports

Table 7 Diagnostic test accuracy comparison between cardiac troponin I, creatine kinase-MB and fractional shortening as discriminators of occurrence of ...

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... it is used as an add on therapy due to its neuroprotective properties. However more multicentric trials are needed to corroborate the results.

Data are presented as mean ± 1 SD and (−2 to +2 SD). Sample size pertains to cord arterial pH and not necessarily to other parameters.

Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) is the term used to describe the resultant condition due to a deficit in oxygen supply to the brain. The perinatal ...

Global burden of disease schematic for intrapartum-related events “birth asphyxia.” See Table 4 for clinical definitions pertaining to intrapartum-related ...


Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE): Signs and Symptoms

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Table 3: Adverse event during cooling