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A Comparison of Prenatal and Postnatal Models to Predict Outcomes at the Border of Viability

Andrews, Bree
Lagatta, Joanne
Meadow, William
Published in Journal of Pediatrics. 2016, vol. 173, p. 96-100
Abstract To compare the accuracy of a prenatal outcomes calculator developed by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) with a postnatal neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) prediction model for mechanically ventilated infants.
Keywords FemaleHospital MortalityHumansHydrocephalus/diagnostic imagingInfantInfant MortalityInfantExtremely Low Birth WeightInfantExtremely PrematureIntensive Care UnitsNeonatalIntracranial Hemorrhages/diagnostic imagingIntuitionLeukomalaciaPeriventricular/diagnostic imagingMaleMedical StaffHospitalModelsStatisticalNeurodevelopmental Disorders/epidemiologyNursing StaffHospitalPatient Outcome AssessmentPrognosisRespirationArtificialRetrospective StudiesUltrasonography
PMID: 26995702
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ANDREWS, Bree et al. A Comparison of Prenatal and Postnatal Models to Predict Outcomes at the Border of Viability. In: Journal of Pediatrics, 2016, vol. 173, p. 96-100. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:96721

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