Journal of Perinatology TOP TEN

The Top Ten charts the articles that have been downloaded most often over the previous 30 days, in HTML and PDF format, from the Journal of Perinatology website. The chart does not rank the quality, scientific significance or citation impact of the content. However, it may bring articles to your attention that you might not have otherwise noticed. We hope you enjoy them.

  1. Trauma-informed care in the newborn intensive care unit: promoting safety, security and connectedness open

    M R Sanders & S L Hall


  2. An approach to the management of hyperbilirubinemia in the preterm infant less than 35 weeks of gestation free

    M J Maisels, J F Watchko, V K Bhutani & D K Stevenson


  3. The neonatal intensive parenting unit: an introduction open

    S L Hall, M T Hynan, R Phillips, S Lassen, J W Craig, E Goyer, R F Hatfield & H Cohen


  4. Amniotic Fluid: Not Just Fetal Urine Anymore free

    Mark A Underwood, William M Gilbert & Michael P Sherman


  5. Postnatal Lactate as an Early Predictor of Short-Term Outcome after Intrapartum Asphyxia free

    Sachin Shah, Mark Tracy & John Smyth


  6. Heat loss prevention in neonates free

    R F Soll


  7. Extended Spectrum β Lactamase-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae Infections: a Review of the Literature free

    Archana Gupta, Krow Ampofo, David Rubenstein & Lisa Saiman


  8. Sucking and swallowing in infants and diagnostic tools free

    S P da Costa, L van den Engel–hoek & A F Bos


  9. Recognizing the Potential Effect of Stress and Trauma on Premature Infants in the NICU: How are Outcomes Affected? free

    Dianne I Maroney


  10. Neonatal hypothermia in low resource settings: a review free

    V Kumar, J C Shearer, A Kumar & G L Darmstadt