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Background Size at birth is associated with later cognitive development. The timing of growth faltering in utero may affect developmental consequences.
Aim To examine the impact and additive effect of phonology and rapid naming deficits on reading, spelling and mathematics achievement in a group of very preterm children at 8 years of age.
Background Family-centred care according to the Newborn Individualized Developmental Care and Assessment Program (NIDCAP) has been reported to positively influence family function. The aim was to examine if NIDCAP affects the views of prematurely born infants’ mothers regarding maternal role,...
Background Maturation of the autonomic nervous system has not been studied in high-risk very low birth weight (VLBW) infants in the first few weeks of life.
Background Data from previous study by our group suggest that in smoking women sex ratio of offspring is higher in newborns carrying ACP1⁎C allele than in other ACP1 genotypes, suggesting that differences observed among human population concerning the effect of smoking may depend in part on...
Aims Power spectral analysis combined with a two-channel EEG system may be useful in management of newborn term infants at risk of hypoxic–ischaemic encephalopathy (HIE). This pilot study aimed to determine differences in the EEG power spectrum between normal term infants, infants who were at...
Background Using a new simple blood glucose measurement device (Free Style™), blood can thus be sampled from the forearm, which is less sensitive to pain than from the heel. Measuring the blood glucose levels in newborn infants using Free Style™ is therefore a potentially less painful testing...
Objective The objective of this study was to gather data on the morphology of the uterus during its development, to provide detailed information regarding the neighboring structures and its variations using anatomical dissections.
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