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Incidence and severity of retinopathy of prematurity in Turkey

BackgroundThe purpose of this study was to estimate the current incidence of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) and the need for treatment in preterm infants in Turkey.MethodsThe study included preterm infants who had been screened for ROP between 2011 and 2013 in 49 neonatal intensive care units. Inf... Full description

Journal Title: British journal of ophthalmology 2015, Vol.99 (10), p.1311-1314
Main Author: Bas, Ahmet Yagmur
Other Authors: Koc, Esin , Dilmen, Ugur
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Publisher: England: British Medical Association
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title: Incidence and severity of retinopathy of prematurity in Turkey
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  • Bas, Ahmet Yagmur
  • Koc, Esin
  • Dilmen, Ugur
subjects:
  • abnormalities
  • Babies
  • Birth weight
  • Care and treatment
  • clinical trial
  • congenital
  • controlled study
  • Developing countries
  • disease severity
  • Diseases
  • eye diseases
  • Female
  • genetic structures
  • Gestational Age
  • Health aspects
  • hereditary
  • Hospitals
  • human
  • Humans
  • Incidence
  • Industrialized nations
  • Infant
  • Infant, Newborn
  • Infant, Premature
  • Infant, Premature, Diseases - diagnosis
  • Infant, Premature, Diseases - epidemiology
  • Infants (Premature)
  • Intensive care
  • Investigations
  • Lasers
  • LDCs
  • low level laser therapy
  • major clinical study
  • Male
  • Mortality
  • multicenter study
  • neonatal diseases
  • Neonatal Screening
  • Neonatal Screening - methods
  • Newborn
  • newborn intensive care
  • newborn screening
  • Population
  • Premature
  • Premature birth
  • prematurity
  • prevalence
  • priority journal
  • procedures
  • Retinopathy of Prematurity
  • Retinopathy of Prematurity - diagnosis
  • Retinopathy of Prematurity - epidemiology
  • Retrolental fibroplasia
  • Retrospective Studies
  • retrospective study
  • Review
  • risk factor
  • Risk Factors
  • sense organs
  • Severity of Illness Index
  • Surgery
  • Turkey
  • Turkey (republic)
  • Turkey - epidemiology
ispartof: British journal of ophthalmology, 2015, Vol.99 (10), p.1311-1314
description: BackgroundThe purpose of this study was to estimate the current incidence of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) and the need for treatment in preterm infants in Turkey.MethodsThe study included preterm infants who had been screened for ROP between 2011 and 2013 in 49 neonatal intensive care units. Infants with birth weight (BW) ≤1500 g or ≤32 weeks’ gestational age and those with BW >1500 g or >32 weeks’ GA with an unstable clinical course were included. The incidence of any ROP or severe ROP and treatment modalities were determined.ResultsThe study population included 15 745 preterm infants: 11 803 (75%) with GA ≤32 weeks, and 3942 (25%) with GA >32 weeks. Overall, 30% were found to have any stage of ROP, and 5% had severe ROP. Severe ROP was diagnosed in 8.2% of infants with BW ≤1500 g and 0.6% of infants with BW >1500 g. Of all infants diagnosed with ROP, 16.5% needed laser photocoagulation, and 20 patients born at >32 weeks’ GA required this treatment modality. Vitroretinal surgery was performed in 28 infants with severe ROP: 23 with GA ≤28 weeks and 5 with GA 29–32 weeks.ConclusionsThe findings of our study have the important implication that more mature babies are at risk of severe ROP requiring treatment. An effective programme for detecting and treating ROP should be established in Turkey.Trial registration numberorcid.org/0000-0002-1329-2167.
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abstractBackgroundThe purpose of this study was to estimate the current incidence of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) and the need for treatment in preterm infants in Turkey.MethodsThe study included preterm infants who had been screened for ROP between 2011 and 2013 in 49 neonatal intensive care units. Infants with birth weight (BW) ≤1500 g or ≤32 weeks’ gestational age and those with BW >1500 g or >32 weeks’ GA with an unstable clinical course were included. The incidence of any ROP or severe ROP and treatment modalities were determined.ResultsThe study population included 15 745 preterm infants: 11 803 (75%) with GA ≤32 weeks, and 3942 (25%) with GA >32 weeks. Overall, 30% were found to have any stage of ROP, and 5% had severe ROP. Severe ROP was diagnosed in 8.2% of infants with BW ≤1500 g and 0.6% of infants with BW >1500 g. Of all infants diagnosed with ROP, 16.5% needed laser photocoagulation, and 20 patients born at >32 weeks’ GA required this treatment modality. Vitroretinal surgery was performed in 28 infants with severe ROP: 23 with GA ≤28 weeks and 5 with GA 29–32 weeks.ConclusionsThe findings of our study have the important implication that more mature babies are at risk of severe ROP requiring treatment. An effective programme for detecting and treating ROP should be established in Turkey.Trial registration numberorcid.org/0000-0002-1329-2167.
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