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Schaap, A.H.P. (author), Wolf, H. (author), Bruinse, H.W. (author), den Ouden, A.L. (author), Smolders-de Haas, H. (author), van Ertbruggen, I. (author), Treffers, P.E. (author), TNO Preventie en Gezondheid (author)
Aim - To describe the long term outcome of extremely preterm growth retarded infants in relation to obstetric management and various perinatal events. Methods - A cohort study was undertaken in two tertiary care centres with different obstetric management. All infants with fetal growth retardation due to placental insufficiency and resulting in...
article 1997
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de Kleine, M.J.K. (author), van der Nijhuis-Sanden, M.W.G. (author), den Ouden, A.L. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Aim: To determine whether paediatricians that examine, in regular clinical practice, very preterm and very-low-birthweight children at 5 y of age detect neurological impairments and functional motor problems in these children. Methods: We compared a paediatric judgement, a standardized neurological examination (Touwen examination) and a...
article 2006
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de Kleine, M.J.K. (author), den Ouden, A.L. (author), Kollée, L.A.A. (author), van der Nijhuis - Sanden, M.W.G. (author), Sondaar, M. (author), Kessel van - Feddema, B.J.M. (author), Knuijt, S. (author), van Baar, A.L. (author), Ilsen, A. (author), Breur-Pieterse, R. (author), Briët, J.M. (author), Brand, R. (author), Verloove-Vanhorick, S.P. (author)
Background: Long term follow up shows a high frequency of developmental disturbances in preterm survivors of neonatal intensive care formerly considered non-disabled. Aims: To develop and validate an assessment tool that can help paediatricians to identify before 6 years of age which survivors have developmental disturbances that may interfere...
article 2003
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Saigal, S. (author), den Ouden, L. (author), Wolke, D. (author), Hoult, L. (author), Paneth, N. (author), Streiner, D.L. (author), Whitaker, A. (author), Pinto-Martin, J. (author)
Objective. The aim of this study was to determine whether leaming and school problems in extremely low birth weight (ELBW) and reference children differ between cohorts in different countries. Methods. Participants were 4 international population-based cohorts of ELBW survivors who were 500 to 1000 g birth weight from New Jersey, central-west...
article 2003
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