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Medical and developmental outcome at 1 year for children conceived by intracytoplasmic sperm injection
BACKGROUND Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) was introduced as a new form of in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) in 1993 and is now accepted as the treatment of choice for severe male infertility inExpand
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Implementation of the initial ACCESS numerical weather prediction system
K. Puri, G. Dietachmayer, P. Steinle, M. Dix, L. Rikus, L. Logan, M. Naughton, C. Tingwell, Y Xiao, V. Barras, I. Bermous, R. Bowen, L. Deschamps, C. Franklin, J. Fraser, T. Glowacki, B. Harris, J.Expand
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Educational outcome at 8 years for children who were born extremely prematurely: A controlled study
Objective:  To assess the educational outcome and utilization of special education resources at age 8 years in children who were born extremely prematurely, and to compare this outcome with a matchedExpand
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Incidence of Severe Adverse Neonatal Outcomes: Use of a Composite Indicator in a Population Cohort
The aim was to develop a composite outcome indicator to identify infants with severe adverse outcomes in routinely collected population health datasets, and assess the indicator’s association withExpand
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Regional block versus general anaesthesia for caesarean section and neonatal outcomes: a population-based study
BackgroundAnaesthesia guidelines recommend regional anaesthesia for most caesarean sections due to the risk of failed intubation and aspiration with general anaesthesia. However, general anaesthesiaExpand
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Behaviour problems in extremely low birthweight children at 5 and 8 years of age.
This study explored the prevalence and stability of behaviour problems and their prediction from neonatal, medical and family context factors in a group of extremely low birthweight (ELBW) infantsExpand
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Relationship between systemic blood flow, blood pressure, inotropes, and aEEG in the first 48 h of life in extremely preterm infants
Background:Significant hemodynamic changes occur immediately after birth in preterm infants. Amplitude-integrated electroencephalography (aEEG) provides a method of assessing brain activity in sickExpand
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Low Superior Vena Cava Flow and Effect of Inotropes on Neurodevelopment to 3 Years in Preterm Infants
OBJECTIVE. The goal was to report the 1- and 3-year outcomes of preterm infants with low systemic blood flow in the first day and the effect of dobutamine versus dopamine for treatment of lowExpand
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Long term follow up of high risk children: who, why and how?
BackgroundMost babies are born healthy and grow and develop normally through childhood. There are, however, clearly identifiable high-risk groups of survivors, such as those born preterm or withExpand
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Pregnancy exposures and risk of childhood asthma admission in a population birth cohort
To cite this article: Algert CS, Bowen JR, Lain SL, Allen HD, Vivian‐Taylor JM, Roberts CL. Pregnancy exposures and risk of childhood asthma admission in a population birth cohort. Pediatr AllergyExpand
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