Cathryn Crowle

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AIM The aim of this study was to calculate the sensitivity and specificity of the General Movements Assessment (GMA) for estimating diagnostic accuracy in detecting cerebral palsy (CP) in an Australian context by a newly established NSW rater network. METHODS A prospective longitudinal cross-sectional study was conducted. The GMA was blind-rated from(More)
BACKGROUND Neonates who undergo major surgery are at risk of neurodevelopmental disability. The General Movements Assessment (GMA) is a valid and reliable method to predict neurodevelopment, however, there are minimal data on the applicability among infants post-surgery. AIM To describe GMs trajectories following neonatal surgery. STUDY DESIGN(More)
BACKGROUND The General Movements Assessment (GMA) is a validated and reliable method of identifying infants at risk of adverse neurodevelopmental outcomes, however there is minimal data available on the use of the GMA with infants following surgery. AIMS The aim of this study was to investigate the inter-observer agreement for the GMA with this infant(More)
AIM There is an identified gap in the literature regarding the use of the General Movements (GMs) Assessment to identify risk in infants post-surgery. This paper aims to examine the GMs for infants who have undergone surgery to identify common risk profiles in the writhing age. METHODS This was a prospective cohort study of 170 infants (99 male, 58%)(More)
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