A Population-based Study Evaluating the Association between Surgery in Early Life and Child Development at Primary School Entry.

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BACKGROUND It is unclear whether exposure to surgery in early life has long-term adverse effects on child development. The authors aimed to investigate whether surgery in early childhood is associated with adverse effects on child development measured at primary school entry. METHODS The authors conducted a population-based cohort study in Ontario, Canada… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/ALN.0000000000001200

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@article{OLeary2016APS, title={A Population-based Study Evaluating the Association between Surgery in Early Life and Child Development at Primary School Entry.}, author={James D. O'Leary and Magdalena Janus and Eric Kwame Duku and Duminda N Wijeysundera and Teresa To and Ping Li and Jason Thomas Maynes and Mark W. Crawford}, journal={Anesthesiology}, year={2016}, volume={125 2}, pages={272-9} }