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Although newborn screening started with a single test for phenylketonuria (PKU) in the 1960s, screening is now available for over 60 conditions.
The new insights show that the most popular gifts for newborn babies in 2015 are clothes (52%) followed by baby grows (31%), and a quarter (25%) of those surveyed stated that they would be most likely to buy a newborn bed linen or a blanket.
These deaths account for one quarter of the nearly three million deaths each year during the first 28 days after birth, the newborn period.
WISH has announced a joint effort with the Gates Foundation to release a report developed with Harvard University and Save the Children highlighting the importance of integrated maternal and newborn healthcare.
For the first time, the FDA is allowing the marketing of a newborn screening test that will enable states to incorporate an FDA reviewed SCID test into their standard newborn screening panels and allow earlier identification for affected individuals, added Gutierrez.
A major new Series of papers, published in The Lancet, presents the clearest picture to date of progress and challenges in improving newborn survival around the world, and sets targets that must be achieved by 2030 in order to ensure every newborn has a healthy start.
They said that one of 19 new born children dies in the first month their life and the biggest causes of newborn babies is newborn infection.
The speakers said that the major causes of newborn mortality in Pakistan are newborn sepsis, birth asphyxia and low birth weight.
Each hospital was sent a questionnaire requesting information about the facility's characteristics and its provision of newborn circumcision in the previous year, specific topics included the type of staff who performed the procedure, the reasons for performing it and the surgical techniques used.
To estimate the association of regular exercise, performed before and during pregnancy, with excessive newborn birthweight in a prospective cohort of pregnant women, researchers analysed data from 36 869 singleton pregnancies among participants in the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study.
A central and fascinating aspect of newborn screening is the concept of 'treatability'.
Good news does come out of Africa," said Joy Lawn, MD, who works in Africa for Saving Newborn Lives/Save the Children and co-edited the report.