The human eyes are our window to the world around us. However, most people do not realize the importance of protecting our eyes until they experience visual impairment.
Telemedicine is a relatively recent and promising development in healthcare, and its potential for neonatal care has grown over the past few years.
Natus has put together a compilation of case studies to widen the perspective on the use of aEEG through the following five clinician-led cases for aEEG monitoring in neonates.
Universal Newborn Hearing Screening (UNHS) is an essential practice to offer all newborns the opportunity for accurate and early diagnosis of hearing impairment. Healthcare systems should establish best practices for conducting newborn hearing screening using the most accurate and effective technology available. Learn more in this article.
Premature birth carries many risks. In addition to cardiac, respiratory and gastrointestinal problems, infants who are born prematurely (before 31 weeks gestation) can begin to develop a pediatric retinal disease known as Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP).
This article highlights the importance of considering changing approaches newborn hearing screening programs to optimize the use of AABR as a primary screening protocol, with OAE as a secondary screening recommendation in the absence of clear response from AABR.