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The aim of the study was to find if neurological function during the first year of life could predict neuromotor behaviour at 7 years of age in children born preterm with a high risk. A follow-up study of neuromotor behaviour in 52 children at a mean age of 3, 6, 12 months (corrected age) and 7...
Background and Objective : Care based on the Newborn Individualized Developmental Care and Assessment Program (NIDCAP) has been reported to exert a positive impact on the development of prematurely born infants. The aim of the present investigation was to determine the effect of such care on the...
Aims : This study examined the relationship between early organization of sleep–wake states and developmental outcome at 6-month-old premature infants. Study design : This was a prospective randomized study that evaluated the sleep–wake states of healthy premature infants in the nursery...
As part of a program of research designed to investigate the long-term effects of early feeding experiences, the present study exploited the substantial flavor variation inherent in three classes of commercially available infant formulas and determined whether flavor preferences during childhood...
Background : Oligohydramnios, a severe reduction in the volume of amniotic fluid, is associated with fetal lung hypoplasia but underlying processes are unclear. Studies in sheep suggest that oligohydramnios may lead to lung hypoplasia by causing increased flexion of the fetal spine, but this has...
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