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Objective To describe growth in infants < 32 weeks GA. To assess the relationship between growth and perinatal factors (like intrauterine growth retardation and the postnatal use of dexamethasone) and neurodevelopmental outcome.
Background Diagnostic tools of birth asphyxia provide only an uncertain prediction of neurological outcome.
Background Prechtl's method on the qualitative assessment of general movements (GMs) is a powerful tool for early and specific prediction of cerebral palsy. However, it is uncertain whether the GM assessment can be used to predict mild neurological impairment.
Background : Low birth weight is associated with accelerated postnatal growth and adverse adult health outcomes. Maternal smoking is a major risk factor for low birth weight.
Hypoxia–ischemia is a common cause of neonatal brain injuries. Nitric oxide (NO) is upregulated in the brain after hypoxia–ischemia and generally believed to exert a paradoxical effect on neurons, neurodestruction and neuroprotection, but it has not been demonstrated that NO is actually...
Background: Events during pregnancy and labour may influence the future health and well-being of offspring. Many studies rely on maternal reports of pre and peri-natal factors. Both maternal and child characteristics may potentially influence the reliability and accuracy of maternal recall....
Aim To assess inter-observer reliability of two of the most widely used pain scales for newborns.
Background Intrauterine bacterial infection is important as a high risk factor associated with subsequent brain damage of the newborn.
The aim of this study was to determine whether prematurity affects heart rate responses during spontaneous arousals. Polygraphic recordings were performed during undisturbed daytime naps in 35 preterm infants (gestational age at birth 32 ± 2 weeks) and 35 term infants. Arousals were scored...
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