Publications 2003

Scientific papers in peer review journals

  1. The EPICure study: growth and associated problems in children born at 25 weeks of gestational age or less. Wood N, Hennessey EM, Marlow N, Costeloe KL, Gibson AT, Wilkinson AR. 2003 Arch Dis Child Fetal & Neonatal Ed. 2003; 88(6): F492-F500
  2. Survival, neonatal and subsequent problems associated with extreme prematurity. Bracewell, M., Marlow, N., 2003 Current Obstetrics and Gynaecology 13(3), 142-150.

Abstracts

  1. Catch-up growth in extremely preterm children at 6 years. [abstract] Bracewell, M. A., Marlow, N., Wolke, D., EPICure Investigators Group, Pediatric Research 2003 53(4): 352A.
  2. Change in prevalence of disability in extremely preterm children between 2.5 and 6 years of age. [abstract] Bracewell, M. A., Marlow, N., Wolke, D., EPICure Investigators Group, Pediatric Research 2003 53(4):461A.
  3. Disability at 6 years of age following extremely preterm birth. Bracewell, M. A., Marlow, N., Wolke, D., EPICure Investigators Group, Pediatric Research 2003 53(4):461A.
  4. A parent report measure of child development for preterm infants at 2 years. Johnson, S., Marlow, N., Wolke, D. F. Pediatric Research 2003 53(4):483A.
  5. Cognitive and behavioural status in extremely preterm children at 6 years. Marlow, N., Wolke, D., Samara, M., Bracewell, M. A., EPICure Investigators Group, Pediatric Research 2003 53(4):459A