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Partial Seizures Manifesting as Apnea Only in Preterm Infant

Jun JK, Moon CJ, Kim SJ, Youn YA, Lee JY, Lee HS, Lee JH, Sung IK, Kim SY

PURPOSE: Extremely-low-birth-weight infants (ELBWIs), especially those < or =24 gestational weeks (GW), presented extremes in IWL and changes of water balance. The purpose of the present study was to retrospectively...
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Insensible Water Loss during the First Week of Life of Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants Less than 25 Gestational Weeks under High Humidification

Sung SI, Ahn SY, Seo HJ, Yoo HS, Han YM, Lee MS, Chang YS, Park WS

PURPOSE: Extremely-low-birth-weight infants (ELBWIs), especially those < or =24 gestational weeks (GW), presented extremes in IWL and changes of water balance. The purpose of the present study was to retrospectively...
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Effects of Antenatal Steroid on Postnatal Fluid Balance in Very Low Birth Weight (VLBW) Infants during the First Week of Life

Kim JE, Hur K, Choi EN, Namgung R, Park MS, Park KI, Lee C, Kim MJ

  • KMID: 1750714
  • J Korean Soc Neonatol.
  • 2007 Nov;14(2):170-177.
PURPOSE: Antenatal steroid (AS) may result in lower insensible water loss (IWL), and higher urine output (UO) in early life. We examined if the postnatal fluid balance differed between infants...
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Effect of Fluid Restriction Through High Humidification on the Management of Very Low Birth Weight Infant

Kang MA, Kim SS, Kim MH, Chang YS, Kim MJ, Han HK, Park WS

  • KMID: 2099010
  • J Korean Soc Neonatol.
  • 2000 May;7(1):1-10.
PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of high humidification of nearly 100% on insensible water loss and total fluid requirement in very low birth weight...
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