Browsing publications by Dr Nicholas Embleton

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Dr Nicholas Embleton
Balancing the risks and benefits of parenteral nutrition for preterm infants: can we define the optimal composition?2015
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Development of guidelines for health professionals supporting parents who have lost a baby from a multiple pregnancy2015
Dr Eleri Williams
Jo Gray
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
First estimates of the potential cost and cost saving of protecting childhood hearing from damage caused by congenital CMV infection2015
Dr Judy Richards
Dr Ruth Graham
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Health professionals' perspectives on bereavement following loss from a twin pregnancy: A qualitative study2015
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Investigating available resources on loss from a multiple pregnancy to inform practice2015
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Mothers' perspectives on the perinatal loss of a co-twin: A qualitative study2015
Claire Marcroft
Dr Aftab Khan
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Professor Michael Trenell
Dr Thomas Ploetz
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Movement recognition technology as a method of assessing spontaneous general movements in high risk infants2015
Dr Tom Skeath
Dr John Perry
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Preterm gut microbiota and metabolome following discharge from intensive care2015
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
The BRACELET study: implications for the design of randomised control trials in neonatal and paediatric intensive care2015
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Dr Ben Cole
Congenital epulis: from birth to childhood2014
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