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Neonatology (Perinatology)
Long-term cognitive, executive, and behavioral outcomes of moderate and late preterm at school age
Ju Hyun Jin, Shin Won Yoon, Jungeun Song, Seong Woo Kim, Hee Jung Chung
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2020;63(6):219-225.   Published online September 25, 2019
Question: Infants born at moderate to late preterm gestations are known to have little problem later on, but is that really true?
Finding: At school age, cognitive problem was observed in about a quarter of the children. In addition, more than half of the children was suspected of having attention problems.
Meaning: Moderate to late preterm infants are at risk of developing abnormal intelligence and attention problems at early school age, therefore they should not be neglected on longterm follow-up evaluation.
Review Article
Overview of the national health screening program for infant and children
Baik-Lin Eun, Seong Woo Kim, Young Key Kim, Jung Wook Kim, Jin Soo Moon, Su Kyung Park, In Kyung Sung, Son Moon Shin, Sun Mi Yoo, So Hee Eun, Hea Kyoung Lee, Hyun Taek Lim, Hee Jung Chung
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2008;51(3):225-232.   Published online March 15, 2008
The mission of National Health Screening Program for Infant and Children is to promote and improve the health, education, and well-being of infants, children, families, and communities. Although the term 'diagnosis' usually relates to pathology, a similar diagnostic approach applies to the child seen primarily for health supervision. In the case of health, diagnosis determines the selection of appropriate health...
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Significance of Acute Phase Reactants(APR) Score for the Early Detection of Neonatal Bacterial Infection
Seong Woo Kim, Myung Ho Oh, Kee Hyuk Kim, Jay G. Sim
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1998;41(11):1491-1497.   Published online November 15, 1998
Purpose : We performed acute phase reactants(APR) test to evaluate as an appropriate screening test for the early detection of neonatal bacterial infection. Methods : We selected 174 neonates and divided into two groups; sepsis group and well-baby group. We performed APR test. Results : There are no significant difference in total leukocyte count, immature to mature rentrophil ratio, toxic granules, and...
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