Neuroprotection for premature infants?: another perspective on caffeine.

Abstract

APPROXIMATELY 85% OF INFANTS BORN WEIGHING LESS than 1500 g at birth (approximately 30 weeks’ gestational age) survive to hospital discharge. However, these surviving preterm infants, especially those at the threshold of viability (23 to 25 weeks’ gestational age) often have major developmental deficits or minor functional morbidities that interfere with… (More)
DOI: 10.1001/jama.2011.2026

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@article{Maitre2012NeuroprotectionFP, title={Neuroprotection for premature infants?: another perspective on caffeine.}, author={Nathalie L. Maitre and Ann R. Stark}, journal={JAMA}, year={2012}, volume={307 3}, pages={304-5} }