Research & Education

Education

Associates in Newborn Medicine has a proud tradition of training health care professionals in neonatal medicine.  Below is a link to our teaching materials for our current neonatal-perinatal medicine fellows, pediatrics and family medicine residents, neonatal nurse practitioner students, and medical students.
 
 
 
 

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Research Studies-Children’s NICU-St. Paul

Associates in Newborn Medicine is committed to advancing neonatal medical knowledge through clinical research conducted as part of local research projects or as a site in large, multi-centered national trials.  Here is an overview of our ongoing research as well as samples of our recent publications.

TOLSURF PROTOCOL V 8 .1.18.11

TOLSURF Screening Form1A v2.1

TOLSURF Consent Form V 3.1

HIPAA Consent Form – Children’s (3-11-2011)

iNO Administration Information Sheet for Parents

SiPAP-CPAP Crossover Study (2010)

PDA Feeding Study (2009-2011)

PDA Feeding Study Summary

PDA Feeding Study Abstract

PDA Feeding Study Feeding Protocol

Publications

Garrido MM, Allison KC, Bergeron MJ, Dowd BE. Hospital religious affiliation and outcomes for high risk infants. Medical Care Research & Review. 2012; 69: 316-338.

Children’s Research Report 2008-Featuring Drs. Lampland, Mammel, and Therien

Observational Study of Humidified High-Flow Nasal Cannula Compared with Nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. Lampland AL. Plumm B. Meyers PA. Worwa CT. Mammel MC.

Gas Exchange and Lung Inflammation Using Nasal Intermittent Positive-pressure Ventilation versus Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation in Piglets with Saline Lavage-induced Lung Injury: An Observational Study. Lampland AL. Meyers PA. Worwa CT. Swanson EC. Mammel MC.

The Role of High-Frequency Ventilation in Neonates: Evidence-Based Recommendations. Lampland AL. Mammel MC.

Growth and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes After Early Low-Dose Hydrocortisone Treatment in Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants. Watterberg KL. Shaffer ML. Mishefske MJ. Leach CL. Mammel MC. Couser RJ. Abbasi S. Cole CH. Aucott SW. Thilo EH. Rozycki HJ. Lacy CB.

Decreased Lung Injury After Surfactant in Piglets Treated with Continuous Positive Airway Pressure or Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation. Nold JL. Meyers PA. Worwa CT. Goertz RH. Huseby K. Schauer G. Mammel MC.

Early Inhaled Nitric Oxide Therapy in Premature Newborns with Respiratory Failure. Kinsella JP. Cutter GR. Walsh WF. Gerstmann DR. Bose CL. Hart C. Sekar KC. Auten RL. Bhutani VK. Gerdes JS. George TN. Southgate WM. Carriedo H. Couser RJ. Mammel MC. Hall DC. Pappagallo M. Sardesai S. Strain JD. Baier M. Abman SH.

Effect of Dose on Response to Adrenocorticotropin in Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants. Watterberg KL. Shaffer ML. Garland JS. Thilo EH. Mammel MC. Couser RJ. Aucott SW. Leach CL. Cole CH. Gerdes JS. Rozycki HJ. Backstrom C.

Altered Pathways for Auditory Discrimination and Recognition Memory in Preterm Infants. Therien JM. Worwa CT. Mattia FR. deRegnier RA.

Presentations

“Neonatal Mechanical Ventilation Review” January 2014, Mark Mammel, MD (50 min)

“Neonatal Mechanical Ventilation” Lecture slides for pediatrics residents by Mark Mammel, MD (2011)

Handout: “Neonatal Mechanical Ventilation” Lecture slides by Mark Mammel MD (2011)

 

 

Updated 8/14/2015