Mood Trainer is an APP to assess cognitive abilities such as selective attention, processing speed, and inhibitory control, as well as emotional dysregulation. This E-Health is an original tool to detect and train cognitive and emotional impairments in toddlers.
Early skin to skin contact is an official recommendation of international organizations for children at term but, so far no benefit has been demonstrated preterm infants. This study aims to investigate the benefits and risks of this practice in late preterm infants, evaluating cardiorespiratory adaptation and postpartum stress.
Caffeine is one of the most used drugs in neonatology. In literature benefits of using caffeine in preterm infants with bradycardia and apneic syndrome and in premature babies with mechanical ventilation have been described. However, no previous studies on dosage and side effects of its use have been carried out. Therefore, in this European multicenter study we evaluate the dose of caffeine used and its side effects in premature infants.