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Neonatology has always been a bargain--even when we weren't very good at it!Academic Article Why?
Epidemiology, economics, and ethics in the NICU: reflections from 30 years of neonatology practice.Academic Article Why?
What is the legal 'standard of medical care' when there is no standard medical care? A survey of the use of home apnea monitoring by neonatology fellowship training programs in the United States.Academic Article Why?
500-gram infants--and 800-pound gorillas--in the delivery room.Academic Article Why?
Editors' comments.Academic Article Why?
Ethical issues in the care of the neurologically devastated infant.Academic Article Why?
Hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF) and HIF-stabilizing agents in neonatal care.Academic Article Why?
Informed consent is not the major ethical issue in clinical research.Academic Article Why?
Moral reflections on neonatal intensive care.Academic Article Why?
National variability in neonatal resuscitation practices at the limit of viability.Academic Article Why?
Perspectives from the Society for Pediatric Research. Neonatal encephalopathy clinical trials: developing the future.Academic Article Why?
Practice patterns in neonatal hyperbilirubinemia.Academic Article Why?
Simulation in neonatal resuscitation.Academic Article Why?
The moral status of the newborn and its implications for medical decision making.Academic Article Why?
Thematic analysis of barriers and facilitators to implementation of neonatal resuscitation guideline changes.Academic Article Why?
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