Neonatal seizures (NS) are associated with increased mortality and risk of cerebral palsy, epilepsy and intellectual disability. We performed a systematic review with the primary objective to delineate the rate of these outcomes following NS in preterm infants from studies published in the 2000's and the secondary objective to identify risk factors.

Neonatal seizures in preterm infants: A systematic review of mortality risk and neurological outcomes from studies in the 2000's / Pisani, Francesco; Prezioso, Giovanni; Spagnoli, Carlotta. - In: SEIZURE. - ISSN 1059-1311. - 75:(2020), p. 7. [10.1016/j.seizure.2019.12.005]

Neonatal seizures in preterm infants: A systematic review of mortality risk and neurological outcomes from studies in the 2000's

Pisani, Francesco;Spagnoli, Carlotta
2020-01-01

Abstract

Neonatal seizures (NS) are associated with increased mortality and risk of cerebral palsy, epilepsy and intellectual disability. We performed a systematic review with the primary objective to delineate the rate of these outcomes following NS in preterm infants from studies published in the 2000's and the secondary objective to identify risk factors.
2020
Neonatal seizures in preterm infants: A systematic review of mortality risk and neurological outcomes from studies in the 2000's / Pisani, Francesco; Prezioso, Giovanni; Spagnoli, Carlotta. - In: SEIZURE. - ISSN 1059-1311. - 75:(2020), p. 7. [10.1016/j.seizure.2019.12.005]
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