Outcome at 2 Years after Dextrose Gel Treatment for Neonatal Hypoglycemia: Follow-Up of a Randomized Trial.

@article{Harris2016OutcomeA2,
  title={Outcome at 2 Years after Dextrose Gel Treatment for Neonatal Hypoglycemia: Follow-Up of a Randomized Trial.},
  author={Deborah L Harris and Jane Marie Alsweiler and Judith M Ansell and Gregory David Gamble and Benjamin Thompson and Trecia Ann Wouldes and Tzu-Ying Yu and Jane E Harding},
  journal={The Journal of pediatrics},
  year={2016},
  volume={170},
  pages={54-9.e1-2}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine neurodevelopmental outcome at 2 years' corrected age in children randomized to treatment with dextrose gel or placebo for hypoglycemia soon after birth (The Sugar Babies Study). STUDY DESIGN This was a follow-up study of 184 children with hypoglycemia (<2.6 mM [47 mg/dL]) in the first 48 hours and randomized to either dextrose (90/118, 76%) or placebo gel (94/119, 79%). Assessments were performed at Kahikatea House, Hamilton, New Zealand, and included neurologic… CONTINUE READING
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