In preterm infants, low birth weight represents one of the major risk factors for health and developmental issues. In Italy, most of the studies are focused on extremely preterm or Very and Extremely Low Birth Weight (VLBW, ELBW) children, whereas little data are available on the neurodevelopmental outcome of Low Birth Weight (LBW) children. We aimed to study the developmental profile of a group of preterm children at 12 months of corrected age, comparing cognitive, language and motor performances between LBW and VLBW.

Neurodevelopmental outcome in one-year-old children born preterm: differences between low birth weight and very low birth weight / Caravale, Barbara; Gasparini, Corinna; Rea, Monica; Coletti, Maria F; Boiani, Arianna; Ferri, Rosa. - In: MINERVA PEDIATRICS. - ISSN 2724-5276. - (2022). [10.23736/S2724-5276.21.06290-X]

Neurodevelopmental outcome in one-year-old children born preterm: differences between low birth weight and very low birth weight

Caravale, Barbara
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Gasparini, Corinna
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Rea, Monica
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Coletti, Maria F
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Boiani, Arianna
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Ferri, Rosa
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2022

Abstract

In preterm infants, low birth weight represents one of the major risk factors for health and developmental issues. In Italy, most of the studies are focused on extremely preterm or Very and Extremely Low Birth Weight (VLBW, ELBW) children, whereas little data are available on the neurodevelopmental outcome of Low Birth Weight (LBW) children. We aimed to study the developmental profile of a group of preterm children at 12 months of corrected age, comparing cognitive, language and motor performances between LBW and VLBW.
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