Plain People and Precision Medicine
Who are the “Plain People”? Drs. Strauss and Gibson discuss a unique medical model for providing healthcare to the Amish and Mennonite communities of Lancaster, PA.
Helping Preterm Babies to Breathe After Birth: Short- and Long-Term Consequences
In this segment, “Helping Preterm Babies to Breathe After Birth: Short- and Long-Term Consequences,” Dr. Lex Doyle and Dr. Eric Gibson discuss trends in health outcomes for premature infants.
When Evidence and Practice Diverge
In this segment, “When Evidence and Practice Diverge,” Dr. Roger Soll and Dr. Eric Gibson offer insights into practice variations in neonatology and the use of therapies that differ from the recommendations presented by authoritative guidelines.
Surfactant Plus Budesonide to Prevent BPD
In this episode, “Surfactant Plus Budesonide to Prevent BPD,” Dr. Brett Manley and Dr. Eric Gibson analyze the potential for a new therapy in the prevention of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD).
iNO and Race in the Prevention of BPD in the Preterm Infant
Could BPD be more efficiently treated by racially targeted therapies? Dr. Ballard presents new evidence for improved response to an old treatment modality in certain racial subgroups.
Recent Advances in the Management of Pulmonary Hypertension in BPD
What is the role of pulmonary hypertension in BPD? Dr. Abman discusses the pathophysiology and the role of various diagnostic and treatment modalities for pulmonary vascular disease in neonates with lung disease.
Classification of BPD Using Clinically Relevant Outcomes
Is our current classification of BPD outdated? Dr. Jensen proposes evidence for the need to shift our definition of this disease.
Advances in High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation: The DOVE Trial
What is the DOVE Trial? Dr. Keszler provides insight into the combination of conventional and high frequency ventilation to optimize neonatal outcomes.
The Strange Case of Dr. Couney, How a Mysterious European Showman Saved Thousands of American Babies
Eric Gibson, MD
Racial Disparities Impacting Neonatal and Pregnancy Outcomes
Renate Savich, MD, FAAP
Neonatology Pioneers – Alan H. Jobe, MD, PhD
Archiving the early days of neonatology - Alan H. Jobe, MD, PhD
Neonatology Pioneers – Richard A. Polin, MD
Archiving the early days of neonatology - Dr. Richard A. Polin
Neonatology Pioneers – Roberta A. Ballard, MD
Archiving the early days of neonatology - Dr. Roberta Ballard
Neonatology Pioneers: Carl E. Hunt, MD
Archiving the early days of neonatology – Dr. Carl E. Hunt
Neonatology Pioneers: William W. Fox, MD
Archiving the early days of neonatology – Dr. William W. Fox
Prevention of Preterm Birth
What can we do better to prevent preterm birth? Evidence from a nation-wide Australian campaign suggests new targets for intervention.
Antenatal Steroids: Which Drugs and Dose?
Antenatal corticosteroids have been regarded as one of the great advances in neonatal and perinatal medicine, but can this therapy be improved to optimize neonatal outcomes even further?