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Neonatology (2014) 105 (3): 172–174.
Published Online: 10 January 2014
...Henriina Hermansson; Ulla Hoppu; Erika Isolauri Background: Caesarean section rates have increased in parallel with those of obesity. Decreased levels of adiponectin, an adipocyte-derived metabolic hormone present in abundant concentrations in cord blood and breast milk, have been documented...
Biology of the Neonate (1993) 63 (3): 147–152.
Published Online: 30 September 2009
...M.D. Rollins; A.P. Maxwell; M. Afrasiabi; H.L. Halliday; T.R.J. Lappin We have investigated the relationship between erythropoietin (Epo) and pH, PaO 2 and haematocrit in 100 cord blood samples obtained at Caesarean section prior to labour. Of 82 term ( > 37 weeks) infants, 64 were appropriately...
Biology of the Neonate (1990) 58 (4): 236–240.
Published Online: 25 September 2009
... was at death the greater the degree of infiltration of polymorphonuclear leucocytes into the area of separation of the umbilical cord. The infiltration was less when the infant was delivered by caesarean section than when the infant was delivered vaginally. The other factors studied (sex, birth-weight...
Neonatology (2008) 93 (4): 236–240.
Published Online: 16 November 2007
... or caesarean delivery and its impact on mucosal immunity. Methods: Altogether, 165 consecutive children, prospectively followed from birth at our clinic in Turku, Finland, were gathered; 141 (85%) were born by vaginal delivery and 24 (15%) by caesarean section. Blood was drawn at physician visits for indirect...
Biology of the Neonate (2004) 86 (2): 104–107.
Published Online: 18 August 2004
... and neonate, and thus influence the risk of oxidative damage in the newborn. We measured CoQ 10 levels in maternal plasma and cord blood at birth after three different modes of delivery (45 term healthy pregnancies): (1) vaginal in room air (VD) (n = 15); (2) elective caesarean section with general...
Donatella De Amici, Paola Delmonte, Lucia Martinotti, Antonella Gasparoni, Silvia Zizzi, Isabella Ramajoli, Felice Ramajoli
Biology of the Neonate (2001) 79 (2): 97–102.
Published Online: 12 February 2001
... that among all newborns delivered by caesarean section in our center, some had a more intense physiological jaundice. We began by reviewing clinical anesthesiological case-sheets to ascertain whether this difference was linked to the use of different anesthesiologic strategies. We then performed...