Foto del docente

Arianna Aceti

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences

Academic discipline: MED/38 Paediatrics


Luigi Corvaglia; Silvia Martini; Barbara Battistini; Paola Rucci; Arianna Aceti; Giacomo Faldella, Bolus vs. continuous feeding: effects on splanchnic and cerebral tissue oxygenation in healthy preterm infants., «PEDIATRIC RESEARCH», 2014, 76, pp. 81 - 85 [Scientific article]

Luigi Corvaglia; Silvia Martini; Arianna Aceti; Maria Grazia Capretti; Silvia Galletti; Giacomo Faldella, Cardiorespiratory Events with Bolus versus Continuous Enteral Feeding in Healthy Preterm Infants, «THE JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS», 2014, 165, pp. 1255 - 1257 [Scientific article]

Aceti A; Corvaglia L; Faldella G., Human milk banks: lights and shadows, «JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC AND NEONATAL INDIVIDUALIZED MEDICINE», 2014, 3, pp. 1 - 6 [Scientific article]

Francesca Vitali;Silvia Galletti;Arianna Aceti;Giulia Aquilano;Marianna Fabi;Anna Balducci;Giacomo Faldella, Pilot observational study on haemodynamic changes after surfactant administration in preterm newborns with respiratory distress syndrome, «THE ITALIAN JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS», 2014, 40, pp. 26 - 31 [Scientific article]

Corvaglia L;Fantini MP;Aceti A;Gibertoni D;Rucci P;Baronciani D;Faldella G;"Emilia Romagna Perinatal Network", Predictors of full enteral feeding achievement in very low birth weight infants., «PLOS ONE», 2014, 9, pp. 1 - 8 [Scientific article]Open Access

A. Pasini;C. Bracaglia;A. Aceti;M. Vivarelli;A. Lavacchini;A. Miniaci;F. De Benedetti;G. Montini, Renal involvement in hypocomplementaemic urticarial vasculitis syndrome: a report of three paediatric cases, «RHEUMATOLOGY», 2014, 53, pp. 1409 - 1413 [Scientific article]

Luigi Corvaglia; Arianna Aceti, The use of probiotics to prevent necrotising enterocolitis in the NICU, «CURE&CARE. NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE», 2014, 3, pp. 12 - 15 [Scientific article]

Corvaglia L; Spizzichino M; Aceti A; Legnani E; Mariani E; Martini S; Battistini B; Faldella G, A Thickened Formula Does Not Reduce Apneas Related to Gastroesophageal Reflux in Preterm Infants., «NEONATOLOGY», 2013, 103, pp. 98 - 102 [Scientific article]

Luigi Corvaglia;Elisa Mariani;Arianna Aceti;Silvia Galletti;Giacomo Faldella, Extensively hydrolyzed protein formula reduces acid gastro-esophageal reflux in symptomatic preterm infants, «EARLY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT», 2013, 89, pp. 453 - 455 [Scientific article]

Corvaglia L; Legnani E; Aceti A; Mariani E; Faldella G, Fortification of human milk for preterm infants, in: Preedy VR, SriraJaskanthan R, Patel VB, handbook of food foritification and health: from concepts to public health applications vol 2, New York, Springer, 2013, pp. 147 - 158 [Chapter or essay]

Luigi Corvaglia;Silvia Martini;Arianna Aceti;Santo Arcuri;Roberto Rossini;Giacomo Faldella, Nonpharmacological Management of Gastroesophageal Reflux in Preterm Infants, «BIOMED RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL», 2013, 2013, pp. 1 - 7 [Scientific article]

Luigi Corvaglia;Caterina Monari;Silvia Martini;Arianna Aceti;Giacomo Faldella, Pharmacological Therapy of Gastroesophageal Reflux in Preterm Infants, «GASTROENTEROLOGY RESEARCH AND PRACTICE», 2013, 2013, pp. 1 - 12 [Scientific article]

L. Corvaglia;S. Martini;E. Legnani;B. Battistini;A. Aceti;G. Faldella, Effects of Bolus and Continuous Enteral Feeding on Splanchnic and Cerebral Tissue Oxygenation Evaluated by Near Infrared Spectroscopy, «ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD», 2012, 97, pp. A101 - A102 [Abstract]

Cordelli DM; Aldrovandi A; Gentile V; Garone C; Conti S; Aceti A; Gennaro E; Zara F; Franzoni E, Fever as a seizure precipitant factor in Panayiotopoulos syndrome: A clinical and genetic study, «SEIZURE», 2012, 21(2), pp. 141 - 143 [Scientific article]

Aceti A; Sciutti R; Bracci PR; Bertelli L; Melchionda F; Cazzato S., Idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis in a child with Down's syndrome: case report and review of the literature., «SARCOIDOSIS VASCULITIS AND DIFFUSE LUNG DISEASES», 2012, 29, pp. 58 - 61 [Scientific article]

Latest news

At the moment no news are available.