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Journal Title: Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neonatal edition 2014-09, Vol.99 (5), p.F347-F347
Main Author: Platt, Martin Ward
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description: Chronic lung disease of prematurity did not appear to lead to right ventricular dysfunction, or long-term pulmonary hypertension, and twin to twin transfusion had no measurable long term effect on either donor or recipient. Habituation-a pattern of progressively decreased responses to a repeated stimulus-is a simple objective measure of learning, and it has been applied in the past to human fetuses as well as being used as a paradigm for psychological experiments in infancy. Since cognitive function has long been an outcome measure for ex-preterm babies, it makes sense to consider whether the application of habituation measures may be useful in the assessment of preterm babies either at, or before, 40 weeks post-menstrual age.
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