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Many childhood neurologic conditions are first diagnosed in the perinatal period and shorten or seriously alter the lives of affected infants. Neonatal neuropalliative care incorporates core practices and teachings of both neurology and palliative…

Many serious or life-threatening neurologic conditions are first diagnosed during the fetal period, often following a routine prenatal ultrasound or sonographic evaluation after an abnormal aneuploidy screen. Such conditions represent a worrisome or…

Objectives This study aimed to characterize the use and impact of assessments of understanding in parent-clinician communication for critically ill infants. Methods We enrolled parents and clinicians participating in family conferences for infants…

Up to 40% of patients cared for by pediatric palliative care teams have severe neurologic impairment (SNI). Children with SNI have congenital/chromosomal, central nervous system static or progressive conditions that result in lifelong cognitive…

Background: Neonatal seizures are associated with death and neurological morbidity; however, little is known about how neonates with seizures die. Method(s): This was a prospective, observational cohort study of neonates with seizures treated at…

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