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overview Dr. Bree Andrews is a neonatologist and pediatrician who focuses on the care of complex NICU graduates. Her research centers on two important ideas: the microbiome and its impact on infant health and the role of mobile technology in helping parents at the NICU bedside and beyond.

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Concept Infant, Newborn
Concept Infant, Premature
Concept Infant
Concept Infant Mortality
Concept Infant, Extremely Low Birth Weight
Concept Infant, Premature, Diseases
Academic Article Resuscitation in the "gray zone" of viability: determining physician preferences and predicting infant outcomes.
Academic Article Just, in time: ethical implications of serial predictions of death and morbidity for ventilated premature infants.
Academic Article Whom are we comforting? An analysis of comfort medications delivered to dying neonates.
Academic Article Ethics of resuscitation at different stages of life: a survey of perinatal physicians.
Academic Article Early neonatal intensive care unit therapy improves predictive power for the outcomes of ventilated extremely low birth weight infants.
Academic Article The nonimpact of gestational age on neurodevelopmental outcome for ventilated survivors born at 23-28 weeks of gestation.
Academic Article The mathematics of morality for neonatal resuscitation.
Academic Article Trends and challenges in United States neonatal intensive care units follow-up clinics.
Academic Article A Comparison of Prenatal and Postnatal Models to Predict Outcomes at the Border of Viability.
Academic Article Population-Based Outcomes Data for Counseling at the Margin of Gestational Viability.
Academic Article Taking Care of the NICU Graduate: A Team Approach.
Academic Article Opportunities and difficulties for counseling at the margins of viability.
Academic Article Optimizing Discharge from Intensive Care and Follow-Up Strategies for Pediatric Patients.
Academic Article Neurodevelopmental Outcomes Comparing Bevacizumab to Laser for Type 1 ROP.
Academic Article Antenatal Periviability Counseling and Decision Making: A Retrospective Examination by the Investigating Neonatal Decisions for Extremely Early Deliveries Study Group.
Academic Article Ethical Cultures in Perinatal Care: Do They Exist? Correlation of Provider Attitudes with Periviability Practices at Six Centers.
Academic Article The early gut microbiome could protect against severe retinopathy of prematurity.
Academic Article Intention to treat: obstetrical management at the threshold of viability.
Academic Article Black Women and Babies Matter.
Academic Article Protocol for implementation of an evidence based parentally administered intervention for preterm infants.
Academic Article Changes in Neurodevelopmental Outcomes From Age 2 to 10 Years for Children Born Extremely Preterm.
Academic Article Multicenter Validation of the Neonatal Sequential Organ Failure Assessment Score for Prognosis in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Academic Article Bacteroidota and Lachnospiraceae integration into the gut microbiome at key time points in early life are linked to infant neurodevelopment.

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