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Long-term developmental outcomes of low birth weight infants.
Advances in neonatal medicine have resulted in the increased survival of infants at lower and lower birth weight. While these medical success stories highlight the power of medical technology to save… Expand
Middle-school-age outcomes in children with very low birthweight.
Most previous studies of children with birthweight <750 g have focused on early childhood sequelae. To evaluate later outcomes, a regional sample of 60 <750-g birthweight children was compared at… Expand
Behavioral Outcomes of Extremely Low Birth Weight Children at Age 8 Years
- M. Hack, H. Taylor, M. Schluchter, Laura Andreias, D. Drotar, N. Klein
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of developmental and behavioral…
- 1 April 2009
Objective: To describe the prevalence of behavioral problems and symptomatology suggestive of Autism and Asperger's disorders at age 8 years among extremely low birth weight (ELBW, <1 kg) children,… Expand
Long-term neuropsychological outcomes of very low birth weight: associations with early risks for periventricular brain insults.
- H. Taylor, N. Minich, B. Bangert, P. Filipek, M. Hack
- Journal of the International Neuropsychological…
- 1 November 2004
Few follow-up studies of children with very low birth weight (VLBW, <1,500 g) have examined neuropsychological sequelae at later ages or neonatal risks as predictors of these outcomes. The present… Expand
Effect of very low birth weight and subnormal head size on cognitive abilities at school age.
- M. Hack, N. Breslau, B. Weissman, D. Aram, N. Klein, E. Borawski
- The New England journal of medicine
- 25 July 1991
BACKGROUND We tested the hypothesis that very-low-birth-weight (less than 1.5 kg) infants with perinatal growth failure whose head size is not normal by eight months of age (corrected for… Expand
Neurodevelopment and predictors of outcomes of children with birth weights of less than 1000 g: 1992-1995.
- M. Hack, D. Wilson-Costello, H. Friedman, G. Taylor, M. Schluchter, A. Fanaroff
- Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine
- 1 July 2000
OBJECTIVE To examine the neurosensory and cognitive status of extremely low-birth-weight (ELBW; < 1,000 g) children born from January 1, 1992, through December 31, 1995, and to identify the… Expand
Growth of very low birth weight infants to age 20 years.
- M. Hack, M. Schluchter, Lydia Cartar, M. Rahman, L. Cuttler, E. Borawski
- 1 July 2003
OBJECTIVE Intrauterine and neonatal growth failure of very low birth weight (VLBW; <1500 g) infants may influence adult growth attainment and have long-term implications for adult health. As part of… Expand
Young adult outcomes of very-low-birth-weight children.
- M. Hack
- Seminars in fetal & neonatal medicine
- 1 April 2006
Information on the young adult outcomes of the initial survivors of neonatal intensive care has been reported from the United States, Canada, Australia, Great Britain and other European countries.… Expand
Improved Survival Rates With Increased Neurodevelopmental Disability for Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants in the 1990s
Background. Advances in perinatal care have resulted in increased survival rates for extremely low birth weight children. We sought to examine the relative changes in rates of survival and… Expand
Outcomes of children of extremely low birthweight and gestational age in the 1990s.
Advances in perinatal care have improved the chances for survival of extremely low birthweight (<800 grams) and gestational age (<26 weeks) infants. A review of the world literature reveals that… Expand