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Early onset jaundice in the newborn: understanding the ongoing care of mother and baby
Neonatal hyperbilirubinaemia or jaundice is a relatively common condition in newborn babies presenting with changes to eythrocyte metabolism after day three of life. Early onset jaundice is less common and arises on day ...
Involving the public in systematic reviews : A narrative review of organizational approaches and eight case examples
This paper reviews the recent literature on public involvement in the systematic review process. We examine how relevant organizations involve the public in their review processes and how the public are involved in individual ...
Breastfeeding patterns in infants with Down's syndrome : A literature review
This article reports on the findings of a literature review undertaken to examine factors that influenced breastfeeding among mothers of babies with Down's syndrome. Seven studies were identified, with the earliest published ...
Hypertension before and after posterior circulation infarction : analysis of data from the South London Stroke Register
Background: Postmortem data have shown that blood pressure before death correlates more closely with a narrowing of the vertebral arteries than any other vessel studied. This study explores a possible association between ...
An asset-based approach : an alternative health promotion strategy?
In recent years there has been an enormous growth in the literature that has focused upon assets, or emphasising the positive attributes of both people and communities. These include children and young people's developmental ...