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(hämtat ur Lunds universitets publikationsdatabas)
- Behavioral outcomes at corrected age 2.5 years in children born extremely preterm.
- Children born extremely preterm show significant lower cognitive, language and motor function levels compared to children born at term, as measured by the Bayley-III at 2.5 years.
- Ophthalmologic Outcome at 30 Months' Corrected Age of a Prospective Swedish Cohort of Children Born Before 27 Weeks of Gestation The Extremely Preterm Infants in Sweden Study
- Auditory ERPs at preschool age are different after extremely preterm birth and correlated to cognitive performance
- High one-year survival after active perinatal care: extremely preterm infants in sweden (express)
- One-Year Survival of Extremely Preterm Infants After Active Perinatal Care in Sweden
- Parental perspectives on preterm children's oral health behaviour and experience of dental care during preschool and early school years
- Predicting future development from newborn period: a longitudinal study from Sweden
- Extremely preterm children - Cognitive and behavioral problems at school age. Suggestions to tentative explanations.
- Family centered intervention in the neonatal intensive care uit for very low birth-weight infants. Three year follow-up.
- Focus on the parents´ representations of a disabled infant.
- Indications of improved cognitive development at one year of age among infants born very prematurely who received care based on the Newborn Individualized Developmental Care and Assessment Program (NIDCAP)
- Longitudinal follow-up of preterm children: the mother-and child relationship at 9 and 19 years of age
- Neonatal individualised care in practice, a Swedish experience
- Neurological sequelae in children born after in-vitro fertilisation: a population-based study
- No indication of increased quite sleep in infants receiving care based on Newborn Individulized Developmental Care and Assessment Program (NIDCAP)
- Preterm intants (VPT): Does early intervention improve development and mother-child interaction?
- Reaching the level of parents´ representatins - A prerequisite for early intervention?
- Temperament and acceptance of dental treatment under sedation in preschool children
- The first year with a Down syndrome infant - A Thematic analysis of parents´ representations.