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    • Neonatal transport in developing country settings: a systematic review 

      Niermeyer, Susan; Domek, Gretchen (Montevideo, CLAP, 2016-11)
      Background: Reduction in neonatal mortality is central to achieving global child survival targets in the coming decades. Efforts to prevent the primary causes of neonatal death (prematurity, asphyxia, severe infections, ...
    • Prevention of Healthcare-associated Infections in Neonatology 

      Calil, Roseli; Durán, Pablo (Coord.); Stempliuk, Valeska (Coord.) (Washington, D.C., PAHO, 2018)
      [From the Introduction]: Advances in neonatology in recent decades have enabled the survival of preterm and extremely low birthweight newborns, as well as newborns with some malformations. However, with this improvement ...
    • Present and Future of Birth Defects Surveillance in the Americas 

      The World Bank; Pan American Health Organization; Latin American Center for Perinatology, Women and Reproductive Health (CLAP) (Washington, D.C., PAHO, 2019)
      Birth defects contribute substantially to the burden of morbidity and mortality in the Region of the Americas. Numerous efforts exist to raise awareness of this problem and to implement surveillance in health and government ...