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Approximately 1 child in 1,000 is deaf or severely hard of hearing from birth, and the prevalence rises to about 1.6 per 1,000 in adolescents. Providing medical care for this group of children posesExpand
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Functional Outcomes and Participation in Young Adulthood for Very Preterm and Very Low Birth Weight Infants: The Dutch Project on Preterm and Small for Gestational Age Infants at 19 Years of Age
OBJECTIVE. Young adults who were born very preterm or with a very low birth weight remain at risk for physical and neurodevelopmental problems and lower academic achievement scores. Data, however,Expand
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OUTCOME OF PERIVENTRICULAR‐INTRAVENTRICULAR HAEMORRHAG FIVE YEARS OF AGE
The authors studied the relationship between periventricular‐intraventricular haemorrhage in infants of <32 weeks gestation who had undergone routine cranial ultrasound scanning in the neonatalExpand
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COMPARISON OF OUTCOME IN VERY PRETERM AND VERY LOW BIRTHWEIGHT INFANTS AT THE AGE OF TWO AND FIVE YEARS
In the nationwide cohort (1338 liveborn infants <32 weeks and/or < 1500 g), infant mortality was 27.2 % (n=364). At the age of 5 years 944 children could be traced; of these, 911 were examined duringExpand
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Clinical Practice : the approach to the deaf or hard-of-hearing patient.
This article describes the challenges in communication and medical, ethical and legal issues a physician might have to deal with when faced with children and adolescents that are deaf or severelyExpand
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Availability of specialised healthcare facilities for deaf and hard of hearing individuals
Context: To allow a medical consultation to proceed successfully, it is essential that physicians are aware of the linguistic and cultural backgrounds of deaf and hard of hearing individuals (DHH)Expand
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41 EXTREMELY LOW BIRTHWEIGHT INFANTS: LIVE OR LET DIE?
As part of the national collaborative study in The Netherlands on very preterm and very low birthweight infant liveborn in 1983, we studied mortality and disabilities at 5 years of age in 292 infantsExpand
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236 ANTENATAL GLUCOCORTICOID ADMINISTRATION IN A NATIONWIDE COHORT OF VERY PRETERM AND VERY LOW BIRTHWEIGHT INFANTS: FOLLOW-UP AT 5 YEARS OF AGE
The relationship between antenatally administered glucocorticoids and overall outcome at 5 years of age, applying stepwise logistic regression analyses with 14 confounding factors, was studied. DataExpand
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