Concordance between school outcomes and developmental follow-up results of very preterm and/or low birth weight children at the age of 5 years

@article{KesselFeddema2006ConcordanceBS,
  title={Concordance between school outcomes and developmental follow-up results of very preterm and/or low birth weight children at the age of 5 years},
  author={Boudien JM van Kessel-Feddema and Meta Sondaar and Martin J. K. de Kleine and Christianne Verhaak and Anneloes L. van Baar},
  journal={European Journal of Pediatrics},
  year={2006},
  volume={166},
  pages={693 - 699}
}
Long-term follow-up studies have revealed a high frequency of developmental disturbances in preterm survivors of neonatal intensive care who were formerly considered to be non-disabled. These developmental disturbances interfere with the acquisition of everyday skills and, in particular, with normal school functioning. Developmental and school outcomes of 355 children, age 5 years at the time of the study, who had a mean gestational age of 30.2 weeks (SD: 1.95) and a mean birth weight of 1272 g… CONTINUE READING

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