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Cognitive Outcomes of Children with Very Low Birth Weight at 3 to 5 Years of Age

Kim HS, Kim EK, Park HK, Ahn DH, Kim MJ, Lee HJ

BACKGROUND: The cognitive consequences and risk factors based long-term outcome of very-low-birth-weight (VLBW; < 1,500 g) infants in Korea has not been studied. The aim of this study was to...
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Risk factors and Effect of Early Hypocarbia on the Development of Cystic Periventricular Leukomalacia in Very Low birth Weight Infants

Lee EY, Yeom JM, Lee SH, So CH, Oh YK

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the risk factors and effect of early hypocarbia for the development of cystic periventricular leukomalacia (CPVL) in very low birth weight infants. METHODS: We reviewed medical records of...
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Trends of Mortality, Time, and Causes of Death in Preterm Infants

Jeon GW

OBJECTIVE: Although survival rate of preterm infants in Korea has increased in the past several decades, it seems to be stable recently. The objective of this study is to evaluate...
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The Impact of Surgical Intervention on Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Very Low Birth Weight Infants: a Nationwide Cohort Study in Korea

Sung SI, Lee NH, Kim HH, Kim HS, Han YS, Yang M, Ahn SY, Chang YS, Park WS

BACKGROUND: To investigate the incidence of surgical intervention in very low birth weight (VLBW) infants and the impact of surgery on neurodevelopmental outcomes at corrected ages (CAs) of 18–24 months,...
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Clinical impact of admission hypothermia in very low birth weight infants: results from Korean Neonatal Network

Lee NH, Nam SK, Lee J, Jun YH

BACKGROUND: Preterm infants have difficulty maintaining body temperature after birth. However, clinical guidelines advocate that neonatal body temperature should be maintained at 36.5°C–37.5°C. PURPOSE: We aimed to investigate the incidence of...
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Sequential Cases of Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome in Very Low Birth Weight Infants

Kim YJ, Choi JH, Yoon YM

Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (4S) is an exfoliative skin disease caused by Staphylococcus aureus toxins. 4S usually has a benign course in young infants and children; however, it could be...
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Restriction of Central Line Insertion and Prophylactic Antibiotics Usage in Moderate and Late Preterm Infants from a Quality Improvement Perspective

Kim SY, Lee GM, Kim ES

OBJECTIVE: The care provided to moderate and late preterm (MLPT) infants is an area of significant practice variation and most of the quality improvement initiations are for very low birth...
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Perinatal Outcomes of In Vitro Fertilization Versus Natural Pregnancy in Very Low Birth Weight Infants

Baek KS, Han S, Kim OH, Heo JS, Jeon J

OBJECTIVE: In vitro fertilization (IVF) pregnancy is increasing. The recent reviews have reported the perinatal outcomes of IVF were preterm birth, low birth weight, small for gestational age, congenital malformations,...
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Validity of the Korean Developmental Screening Test for very-low-birth-weight infants

Kim CY, Jung E, Lee BS, Kim KS, Kim EA

PURPOSE: The importance of the neurodevelopmental outcomes of very-low-birth-weight (VLBW) infants has been emphasized as their mortality rate has markedly improved. This study aimed to assess the validity of the...
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Association between vitamin D level at birth and respiratory morbidities in very-low-birth-weight infants

Kim I, Kim SS, Song JI, Yoon SH, Park GY, Lee YW

PURPOSE: This study aimed to evaluate vitamin D status at birth in very-low-birth-weight infants (VLBWIs:
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Effect of Delayed Elevation of Thyrotropin on Feeding Intolerance in Very Low Birth Weight Infants

Hyun JK, Choi SY, Jung YJ, Lee JH

PURPOSE: We investigated the effect of delayed elevation of thyrotropin (TSH) (deTSH) on gastrointestinal motility in very low birth weight infants (VLBWI). METHODS: This study retrospectively investigated 228 premature VLBWI aged...
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Impact of Changes in Maternal Age and Parity Distribution on the Increasing Trends in the Low Birth Weight and Very Low Birth Weight Rates in South Korea, 2005-2015

Oh Y, Bae J

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of shifts in maternal age and parity on the increasing trends in the low birth weight (LBW) and very...
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Risk Factors for Nephrocalcinosis in Very Low Birth Weight Infants

Han SE, Cha T, Kim J, Kim JH, Kim CR, Park HK, Lee HJ

OBJECTIVE: The objective was to identify risk factors for nephrocalcinosis in very low birth weight (VLBW) infants. METHODS: Prospective study has done between 2014 and 2017. The study included 81 VLBW...
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The Incidence and Survival Rate of Very Low Birth Weight Infants in Korea (2013–2016): A Comparison of the Statistics Korea and the Korean Neonatal Network and Improvements

Kim J, Kim HE, Lee KS, Chung SH, Choi YS, Bae CW, Korean Neonatal Network

OBJECTIVE: We aimed to compare the total number of live births and survival rates of very low birth weight infants (VLBWIs) from the Statistics Korea and the Korean Neonatal Network...
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Cerebral Palsy Rate of Very Low Birth Weight Infants Born at 36 Weeks of Gestation

Park HS

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Comparison of Clinical Factors and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes between Early- and Late-Onset Periventricular Leukomalacia in Very Low Birth Weight Infants

Bae M, Lee N, Han YM, Park KH, Byun SY

PURPOSE: To analyze and compare the clinical factors and neurodevelopmental outcomes compare early- and late-onset periventricular leukomalacia (PVL) in very low birth weight infants (VLBWI). METHODS: We performed a retrospective study...
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Analysis of the Influencing Factors of 17-Hydroxyprogesterone Level and the Correlation between 17-Hydroxyprogesterone Level and the Clinical Parameters Related to Adrenal Cortical Function in Very-Low-Birth-Weight Infants

Kum CD, Lee MJ, Park MS, Sohn YB, Noh K, Lee JH

PURPOSE: 17-Hydroxyprogesterone (17-OHP) screening results are difficult to interpret owing to the many influencing factors, and confirming the test results takes time. In this study, we examined the factors that...
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Neonatal Outcomes of Very Low Birth Weight Infants in Korean Neonatal Network from 2013 to 2016

Lee JH, Noh OK, Chang YS, Korean Neonatal Network

BACKGROUND: This study was performed to determine survival and morbidity rates in very low birth weight infants (VLBWIs) in the Korean Neonatal Network (KNN), and to compare neonatal outcomes with...
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Aggravation and Relief after Surgical Resection of Post Infectious Pneumatocele in Very Low Birth Weight Infant

Min DE, Choi YS, Kim SC

Pneumatocele (PC) is a thin-walled cyst of the lung that can occur at all ages and with various etiologies. However, there is no fully accepted consensus for the management of...
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The Bayley-III Adaptive Behavior and Social-Emotional Scales as Important Predictors of Later School-Age Outcomes of Children Born Preterm

Yun J, Kim EK, Shin SH, Kim HS, Lee JA, Kim ES, Jin HJ

PURPOSE: We aim to assess the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development, third edition (Bayley-III), Adaptive Behavior (AB) and Social-Emotional (SE) scales at 18 to 24 months of corrected...
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