Impact of gestational age on neonatal hearing screening in vaginally-born late-preterm and early-term infants.

@article{Smolkin2013ImpactOG,
  title={Impact of gestational age on neonatal hearing screening in vaginally-born late-preterm and early-term infants.},
  author={Tatiana Smolkin and Yasmin Anton and Irena Ulanovsky and Shraga Blazer and Orna Mick and Majd I Makhoul and Imad R. Makhoul},
  journal={Neonatology},
  year={2013},
  volume={104 2},
  pages={110-5}
}
BACKGROUND Late-preterm and early-term (LP-ET) infants, defined herein as 35(0)-37(6) weeks' gestation, often fail on 1st otoacoustic emissions (OAE) test. HYPOTHESIS LP-ET infants fail more than term infants (38(0)-42 weeks' gestation) on the 1st OAE test. Aim : To evaluate the effect of gestational age on the 1st OAE test. METHODS We studied 1,572 vaginally-delivered (VD) infants ≥35 weeks' gestation (1.1.2011-30.9.2011). Perinatal and neonatal variables and results of OAE tests were… CONTINUE READING
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