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- Survival and Long-Term Neurodevelopmental Outcome of Extremely Premature Infants Born at 23–26 Weeks’ Gestational Age at a Tertiary Center

 

TABLE 1. Clinical Description of Patients

No. of infants admitted to NICU 1036
No. of inborn 924
 Died in delivery room 23
 Admitted to NICU 901
No. outborn 135
Birth weight (g) 744 ± 162
GA (wk) 24.8 ± 1.04
Male 536 (52%)
White race 860 (83%)
Multiple gestation 265 (26%)
Cesarean section 564 (54%)

Values shown are mean ± SD, number, and percentage of occurrence.

 

 

TABLE 2. Outcome by GA

  GA

Total
23 Weeks 24 Weeks 25 Week 26 Weeks

No. of patients seen 64 152 207 252 675
Outcome          
 Normal 33 (52%) 89 (59%) 137 (66%) 166 (66%) 425 (63%)
 Mild to moderate 9 (14%) 31 (20%) 29 (14%) 43 (17%) 112 (17%)
 Severe 22 (34%) 32 (21%) 41 (20%) 43 (17%) 138 (20%)

Follow-up at mean age of 47.5 months.

 

 

TABLE 3. Outcome by GA

  GA

Total
23 Weeks 24 Weeks 25 Weeks 26 Weeks

No. of patients seen 9 22 51 65 147
Outcome          
 Normal 3 (33%) 12 (55%) 34 (67%) 42 (65%) 91 (62%)
 Mild to moderate 1 (11%) 6 (27%) 11 (21%) 13 (20%) 31 (21%)
 Severe 5 (56%) 4 (18%) 6 (12%) 10 (15%) 25 (17%)

Follow-up at mean age of 8 years 3 months.


 


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