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Growth and Microbiome Development in Very Low Birth Weight Infants Fed Primarily Mother's Own Milk vs. Donor Human Milk (External Link)
Background: Human milk feeding provides numerous benefits to preterm infants due to improvements in gastrointestinal maturation, host defense, infection rates, and improved long-term outcomes in neurodevelopment as well as cardiovascular …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Completed
Study of Dopamine Versus Vasopressin for Treatment of Low Blood Pressure in Low Birth Weight Infants (External Link)
Hypotension in the low birth weight (LBW) and extremely low birth weight (ELBW) infant is often encountered in the postnatal adaptation phase. Severe, prolonged hypotension contributes to cellular dysfunction and …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Unknown Status
Gluconeogenesis in Very Low Birth Weight Infants Who Are Receiving Nutrition By Intravenous Infusion (External Link)
PROTOCOL OUTLINE: Patients are assigned to one of 6 study groups. Patients receive infusions of stable isotope tracers: [15N]urea IV beginning at -12 hours and continuing over 22 hours to …
Baylor Role: Collaborator
Recruiting
Quality Improvement Project - Evaluation of Current Standard of Care for Feeding Practices in the NICU (External Link)
This is a quality improvement project to evaluate the current standard of care of nutritional management for very low birth weight infants receiving donor human milk products in the NICU …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Completed
Automated Fetal Weight Estimation: A Multicenter Validation Using Fractional Limb Volume (External Link)
Ultrasound has been used for over 20 years to estimate fetal weight prior to birth. Sometimes this estimation is not always similar to what the baby actually weighs. In addition …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Active, Not Recruiting
Targeted Protein Fortification in Extremely Low Birth Weight Preterm Infants (External Link)
Primary Objective: To evaluate the effects of a high versus standard protein enteral diet utilizing targeted fortification on linear growth in infants < 1000 g birth weight (BW). Hypothesis 1: …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Completed
Study of the Relationship Between Feeding and Late Onset Sepsis and/or Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Low Birth Weight Infants (External Link)
PROTOCOL OUTLINE: This is a randomized, double blind study in arms I and II. Patients are randomized to receive either fortified pasteurized donor human milk (arm I) or preterm formula …
Baylor Role: Collaborator