Pediatric Research Podcast

Pediapod is the pediatrics podcast from Pediatric Research, produced in association with Nature Publishing Group. Join us as we explore the etiologies of diseases of children and disorders of development, featuring interviews with top researchers and highlighted content from one of the premier journals in the field of pediatrics. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 10m. Bisher sind 124 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint alle 4 Wochen.

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Placental transfusion during neonatal resuscitation in a preterm model


For depressed preterm neonates, initiating positive pressure ventilation is the most important factor in facilitating transition. Therefore the recommendation for depressed neonates is to immediately cut the umbilical cord and begin resuscitation. However, many studies have shown that delaying the clamping of the umbilical cord also benefits preterm infants by increasing a neonate's blood volume, oxygenation and circulatory stabilisation, thus aiding transition...


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 2022-08-23  10m
 
 

Severe intraventricular hemorrhage in a rabbit model of prematurity


Intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) occurs in around 45% of infants born below 26 weeks gestational age, causing significant lifelong morbidity and mortality. However, there is currently no effective treatment. In part, this is due to the lack of well-characterised representative preterm animal models with long-term follow up. 


In this episode, we meet our highlighted Early Career Investigator Olga Romantsik, from Lund University in Sweden...


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 2022-08-02  11m
 
 

Maternal early exposure to violence, psychopathology, and child adaptive functioning


A recent study reported that 53% of mothers reported exposure to violence when they were children. And there is evidence that these experiences negatively impact the health and development of their offspring later on. Associations between maternal exposure to violence, psychopathology and children's mental health outcomes is well documented...


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 2022-07-05  12m
 
 

April: miRNA expression in the pediatric dilated cardiomyopathy heart


Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a rare but serious condition of children and often progresses to heart failure. The outcomes for children with DCM are poor, with 50% of pediatric patients dying or needing a heart transplant within 5 years of diagnosis. 


In this episode, Geoff Marsh meets professor Carmen Sucharov from the University of Colorado Anschutz campus and the director of the Pediatric Cardiology Research Laboratories...


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 2022-05-25  13m
 
 
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 2022-04-19  11m
 
 
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 2022-02-18  11m
 
 

New technique for estimating respiratory rates in preterm infants


Most very preterm infants experience apneas of prematurity. It is a common comorbidity of prematurity, and therefore reliable real-time monitoring of respiratory rates is key in these infants. The conventionalmethod is to use chest impedance measured with electrodes on the surface of the thorax. However, this method is known to be unreliable, as it is prone to motion artifacts...


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 2022-01-31  11m
 
 

Associations of media use and early childhood development: cross-sectional findings from the LIFE Child study


There is a growing body of evidence showing that excessive early media use is detrimental to children's physical and mental health. As such, the World Health Organization guidelines suggest that screen time for infants should be limited to a maxim...


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 2021-12-10  13m
 
 

Early Career Investigator Spotlight: Matthew W. Harer


Caffeine administration has been associated with reduced rates of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) in preterm neonates but the effect of caffeine on renal oxygenation is unknown. In this episode, we meet this month's highlig...


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 2021-11-18  11m
 
 

SARS-CoV-2 vaccine testing and trials in the pediatric population: biologic, ethical, research, and implementation challenges


Early on in the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, the majority of infected children were either asymptomatic or had mild COVID-19 disease, prompting many to demand a higher acceptable risk threshold for pediatric vaccines. More recently, as childr...


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 2021-10-29  10m