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Historical Review
and
Recent Advances
in
Neonatal and
Perinatal Medicine

Edited by George F. Smith, MD
and Dharmapuri Vidyasagar, MD
Published by Mead Johnson
Nutritional Division, 1980

This Book Was Not Copyrighted

 
Introduction
1. Perinatal Medicine Nicholas M. Nelson
2. Perspectives in Neonatology Thomas E. Cone, Jr.
3. Thermoregulation in the Newborn Infant Leo Stern
4. Neonatal Feeding Martin H. Greenberg
5. The Nutrition of Premature Infants Lewis A. Barness
6. Neonatal Jaundice: A Selected Retrospective Lawrence M. Gartner
7. The Rise and Fall of Rh Disease A. Zipursky
8. Nursing in Neonatology Mitzi L. Duxbury
9. Maternal Bonding: An Overview Roberto Sosa
10. The Obstetric View of Premature Labor M. Yusoff Dawood
11. Birth Asphyxia Phillip J. Goldstein
12. Infectious Diseases of the Newborn Infant -- Historical Perspectives Jerome O. Klein
13. Immunobiology of the Fetus and Newborn -- Historical Perspectives and Recent Advances Aditya Kaul and George F. Smith
14. Researches in Perinatal Circulation John Lind
15. Assisted Ventilation in Newborn Infants Mildred T. Stahlman
16. The Treatment of Hyaline Membrane Disease Victor Chernick
17. Retrolental Fibroplasia: A Medical and Legal Tragedy Richard L. Day
18. Historical Perspectives and Recent Advances of Neonatal Monitoring Dharmapuri Vidyasagar
19. Biochemical Monitoring Parvin Justice, Shanta Nath, and Dharmapuri Vidyasagar
20. Congenital Abnormalities and Genetic Concepts in Neonatology George F. Smith
21. Neonatal Surgery: Historical Perspectives and a Glimpse of the Future Kevin C. Pringle
22. The Impact of Regionalization on Neonatal Outcome L. Joseph Butterfield
23. The Developmental Outcome of Premature Infants Lula O. Lubchenco
24. Maternity and Infant Care Services in Chicago Retrospectus: Our Legacy, Our Challenge Donald Dye and Karen Tarpey
25. Julius Hess, M.D. Alwin C. Rambar
26. William Harvey in Perinatal Perspective Billy F. Andrews
27. Soranus of Ephesus: Who Was He and What Did He Do? T. N. K. Raju
28. Some Famous "High Risk" Newborn Babies T. N. K. Raju


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