Key Articles Published by OMNI-Net Specialists

Special Bilingual Publication

Birth Defects – Polissia – Chornobyl: Collection of Scientific Articles. Editor Prof. W. Wertelecki, MD. Lviv, 2016, 255 pages.

The impact of micronutrient supplementation in alcohol-exposed pregnancies on reaction time responses of preschoolers in Ukraine. Kable JA, Coles CD, Keen CL, et al. (“Alcohol”, 2022):

Linking a European cohort of children born with congenital anomalies to vital statistics and mortality records: A EUROlinkCAT study. Loane M, Given JE, Tan J, et al. (“PlosOne”, 2021):

Prevention of Neural Tube Defects in Europe: A Public Health Failure. Morris J, Addor MC, Ballardini E, et al. (“Frontiers in Pediatrics”, 2021):

EUROlinkCAT protocol for a European population-based data linkage study investigating the survival, morbidity and education of children with congenital anomalies. Morris J, Garne E, Loane M, et al. (“BMJ Open”, 2021):

Measurement of neurodevelopmental effects of prenatal alcohol exposure in Ukrainian preschool children. Coles C, Kable J, Granovska I, et al. (“Child Neuropsychology”, 2021):

Partner influence as a factor in maternal alcohol consumption and depressive symptoms, and maternal effects on infant neurodevelopmental outcomes. Kautz-Turnbull C, Petrenko C, Handley E, et al. (“Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research”, 2021):

A teratology information system in vernacular: Closing an information gap. Patskun E, Yevtushok L, Zymak-Zakutnia N, et al. (“Birth Defects Research”, 2021):

Infant Cardiac Orienting Responses Predict Later FASD in the Preschool Period. Kable JA, Coles CD, Jones KL, et al. (“Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research”, 2021):

Prevalence and Mortality in Children with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia: A Multi-Country Study. Politis MD, Bermejo-Sánchez E, Canfield MA, et al. (“Annals of Epidemiology”, 2020):

A multi-country study of prevalence and early childhood mortality among children with omphalocele. Nembhard WN, Bergman JEH, Politis MD, et al. (“Birth Defects Research”, 2020):

Chornobyl radiation – congenital anomalies: A persisting dilemma. Wertelecki W. (“Congenital Anomalies”, 2020):