Alistair G.S. Philip, MD
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of NeoReviews, we compiled a special collection of articles looking back at stories behind the successes in neonatal/perinatal medicine.
Item #: PR0114
ISBN 13: 978-0-578-05484-1
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From the files of NeoReviews comes this collection of perspectives carefully selected to provide a window into the seminal work that shaped neonatology …
… Who could have predicted that a simple method of sampling blood to screen for a specific inborn error of metabolism (phenylketonuria) described in 1963 would become the key to detection of some 30 to 40 different metabolic disorders today? Or that a 1964 study on the feasibility of permitting parents into the preterm nursery would lead to a revolution in family-centered labor and delivery?
In Milestones in Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine: Historical Perspectives from NeoReviews, you’ll learn all this and more about the pivotal moments that shaped pediatrics’ largest subspecialty.
Many of these insightful pieces were written by the physician/scientists who actually conducted or published the original landmark research, with several fresh, never-before-published commentaries that examine its impact over time.
Milestones in Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine includes both a comprehensive index and a listing of content organized according to the content categories established by the American Board of Pediatrics.
This collection of 38 key columns was compiled and edited by NeoReviews Editor-in-Chief Alistair G.S. Philip, MD, FRCPE, FAAP, in honor of the 10th anniversary of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ online journal of neonatology, available at http://www.neoreviews.org.
Production of this book was supported, in part, through an educational grant from Abbott Nutrition, a division of Abbott Laboratories, Inc.