Pneumogram recordings and cerebral computed tomography as predictors of the severity of infant apnea.

Abstract

We studied several predictors of severity of apnea and caretakers' anxiety about home cardiorespiratory monitoring in 476 families with infants enrolled in a perinatal follow-up program. Thirty-six (8%) of the infants had apparent life-threatening events at home. These infants were compared with the remaining infants, who had benign outcomes. Normal… (More)

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@article{Deacon1993PneumogramRA, title={Pneumogram recordings and cerebral computed tomography as predictors of the severity of infant apnea.}, author={J S Deacon and M T Hynan and Christoph Blaser}, journal={Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association}, year={1993}, volume={13 6}, pages={442-7} }