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Kajantie, E. (author), Johnson, S. (author), Heinonen, K. (author), Anderson, P.J. (author), Wolke, D. (author), Eversen, K.A.I. (author), Räikkönen, K. (author), Darlo, B.A. (author), van der Pal, S. (author), Indredavik, M.S. (author), Jaekel, J. (author), Hovi, P. (author), Morrison, K. (author), Verrips, E. (author), Doyle, L.W. (author)
Background. Of all newborns, 1%‐2% are born very preterm (VP;
article 2021
Hovi, P. (author), Vohr, B. (author), Ment, L.R. (author), Doyle, L.W. (author), McGarvey, L. (author), Morrison, K.M. (author), Evensen, K.A.I. (author), van der Pal, S. (author), Grunau, R.E. (author), Brubakk, A.M. (author), Andersson, S. (author), Saigal, S. (author), Kajantie, E. (author)
Adults born preterm at very low birth weight (VLBW; <1500 g) have higher blood pressure than those born at term. It is not known whether all VLBW adults are at risk or whether higher blood pressure could be attributed to some of the specific conditions underlying or accompanying preterm birth. To identify possible risk or protective factors, we...
article 2016