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Dr. Ronald Cohen MD, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Specialist
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Dr. Ronald Cohen MD

Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Specialist | Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine

725 Welch Rd Palo Alto CA, 94304

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Dr. Ronald Cohen is a Neonatal-Perinatal Physician practicing in Palo Alto, CA. Dr. Cohen cares for the critically ill newborn and premature infants. Neonatal-Perinatal Physicians treat conditions such as breathing disorders, birth defects, infections, and any other life-threatening medical problems. They coordinate with their young patients families and other physicians to determine appropriate treatment.

Education and Training

Columbia Univ Coll of Physicians And Surgeons, New York Ny 1976

Board Certification

PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine

Provider Details

MaleEnglish 40 years of experience

Publications

  • JOURL OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY AND NUTRITIONEffect of Added Calcium, Phosphorus2012
  • BREASTFEEDING MEDICINECultures of Holder-Pasteurized Donor Human Milk After Use in a Neotal Intensive Care Unit2012
  • PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGYExtensive Subcutaneous Fat Necrosis of the Newborn Associated with Therapeutic Hypothermia2012
  • JPEN. Jourl of parenteral and enteral nutritionFeeding premature infants: why, when, and what to add to human milk.2012
  • Jourl of participatory medicineImpact of an EMR-Based Daily Patient Update Letter on Communication2012
  • PEDIATRIC NEUROSURGERYVentricular Access Devices Are Safe2012
  • JOURL OF PARENTERAL AND ENTERAL NUTRITIONFeeding Premature Infants: Why, When, and What to Add to Human Milk2012
  • PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIAPerioperative magement of low birth weight infants for open-heart surgery2011
  • JOURL OF PERITOLOGYImproved outcomes with a standardized feeding protocol for very low birth weight infants2011
  • PEDIATRICS AND NEOTOLOGYUnderstanding Neotal Jaundice: A Perspective on Causation2010
  • ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD-FETAL AND NEOTAL EDITIONRetrospective review of serological testing of potential human milk donors2010
  • JOURL OF HUMAN LACTATIONFentanyl Transdermal Algesia During Pregncy and Lactation2009
  • CAMBRIDGE QUARTERLY OF HEALTHCARE ETHICSResponse to Deception and the Principle of Double Effect by Amnon Goldworth (CQ Vol. 172009
  • Camb Q Healthc EthicsResponse to ??Deception and the Principle of Double Effect??2009
  • NeoReviewsCurrent issues in human milk banking.2007
  • Ethical Dilemmas in PediatricsThe extremely premature infant at the crossroad.0
  • PEDIATRICSOnce-daily gentamicin dosing in newborn infants1999
  • Keszler, M., Modanlou, H. D., BRUDNO, D. S., CLARK, F. I., Cohen, R. SMulticenter controlled clinical trial of high1997
  • Jourl of peritologyRetrospective alysis of risks associated with an umbilical artery catheter system1995
  • Jourl of peritologyA modified newborn intensive care unit environment may shorten hospital stay.1994
  • Jourl of peritologyExperience with double-lumen umbilical venous catheters in the low-birth-weight neote.1994
  • JOURL OF PARENTERAL AND ENTERAL NUTRITIONADHESION OF PERCUTANEOUSLY INSERTED SILASTIC CENTRAL VENOUS LINES TO THE VEIN WALL1993
  • Jourl of peritologyOverestimation of neotal PO2 by collection of arterial blood g1993
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF MEDICAL GENETICSTRISOMY-22 WITH CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC1992
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRICSMULTIPLE-LUMEN UMBILICAL VENOUS CATHETERS1992
  • PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGYEFFECT OF VASCULAR PUNCTURE ON BLOOD-GASES IN THE NEWBORN1991
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRICSEFFECT OF BOOSTER BLOOD-TRANSFUSIONS ON OXYGEN UTILIZATION IN INFANTS WITH BRONCHOPULMORY DYSPLASIA1988
  • OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGYINCREASED IMMUNOREACTIVE ERYTHROPOIETIN IN CORD PLASMA AND NEOTAL BILIRUBIN PRODUCTION IN NORMAL1986
  • PEDIATRICSUSE OF NONINVASIVE TESTS TO PREDICT SIGNIFICANT JAUNDICE IN FULL-TERM INFANTS - PRELIMIRY STUDIES1985
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRICSUSE OF SODIUM-NITROPRUSSIDE IN NEOTES - EFFICACY AND SAFETY1985
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY AND NUTRITIONBILIRUBIN PRODUCTION AFTER SUPPLEMENTAL ORAL VITAMIN-E THERAPY IN PRETERM INFANTS1985
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRICSLATERAL DECUBITUS POSITION AS THERAPY FOR PERSISTENT FOCAL PULMORY INTERSTITIAL EMPHYSEMA1984
  • PEDIATRICSSURVIVAL AND MORBIDITY OF OUR SMALLEST BABIES - IS THERE A LIMIT TO NEOTAL CARE1984
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY AND NUTRITIONNEOTAL BILIRUBIN PRODUCTION ESTIMATED FROM END-TIDAL CARBON-MONOXIDE CONCENTRATION1984
  • American jourl of peritologyPulmory excretion of carbon monoxide1984
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY AND NUTRITIONBREATH HYDROGEN ALYSIS - A REVIEW OF THE METHODOLOGIES AND CLINICAL-APPLICATIONS1983
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF DISEASES OF CHILDRENMATERL BETA-ADRENERGIC TOCOLYSIS AND NEOTAL BILIRUBIN PRODUCTION1983
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY AND NUTRITIONUSE OF END-TIDAL CARBON-MONOXIDE TO CORRECT END-TIDAL HYDROGEN IN NEOTES1983
  • Taiwan yi xue hui za zhi. Jourl of the Formosan Medical AssociationTotal bilirubin production in infants of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean ancestry.1982
  • JOURL OF LABORATORY AND CLINICAL MEDICINEPAIRED DETERMITIONS OF BLOOD CARBOXYHEMOGLOBIN CONCENTRATION AND CARBON1982
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRICSMACROSOMIA - CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES1982
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRICSBREATH HYDROGEN IN PRETERM INFANTS - CORRELATION WITH CHANGES IN BACTERIAL1982
  • PEDIATRICSFAVORABLE RESULTS OF NEOTAL INTENSIVE-CARE FOR VERY LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT INFANTS1982
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY AND NUTRITIONEVIDENCE FOR THE POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIP OF NEOTAL SKINFOLD THICKNESS TO MATERL GLUCOSE1982
  • Advances in pediatricsTrace gas alysis in bilirubin metabolism: a technical review and current state of the art.1982
  • BIOLOGY OF THE NEOTEPULMORY EXCRETION RATES OF CARBON-MONOXIDE USING A MODIFIED TECHNIQUE1982
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY AND NUTRITIONA SENSITIVE ALYTICAL APPARATUS FOR MEASURING HYDROGEN PRODUCTION1982
  • EUROPEAN JOURL OF PEDIATRICSPULMORY EXCRETION OF CARBON1981
  • PEDIATRIC PHARMACOLOGYA DOUBLE-BLIND-STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF ORAL INDOMETHACIN IN PRETERM INFANTS WITH PATENT1981
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRICSPULMORY EXCRETION OF CARBON1981
  • JOURL OF PEDIATRICSLATE MORBIDITY AMONG SURVIVORS OF RESPIRATORY-FAILURE TREATED WITH TOLAZOLINE1980

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Palo Alto, CA 94304
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