Efficiency of sampling: birthweight and gestational age distributions in two cohorts, < 31 weeks and 500-1499 grams.

@article{Reuss1995EfficiencyOS,
  title={Efficiency of sampling: birthweight and gestational age distributions in two cohorts, < 31 weeks and 500-1499 grams.},
  author={M Lynne Reuss and Clancy J Clark and Nigel Paneth},
  journal={Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={9 3},
  pages={341-50}
}
We studied the efficiency of two common sampling strategies used to assemble cohorts to study the long-term problems of preterm infants: infants with birthweights of 500-1499 g, and infants with gestational ages (GA) of < 31 weeks. Birthweight, GA and 2-year outcome data from a population based study of infants < 2001 g, the Central New Jersey Brain… CONTINUE READING