Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 22nd, 2004
"A review of 25,448 admissions was performed to evaluate the progress of neonatal intensive care at Weill Cornell Medical Center since 1978. Patients were identified by a review of admission and discharge data compiled by admitting staff. The following data were collected: birth weight, gestational age, place of birth (inborn versus outborn), discharge date, disposition," scientists in the United States report.
"Length of stay was computed from these data. Data were organized according to year of admission. Admissions remained relatively constant with time. However the percentage of...
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