Anthropometric Charts for Infants Born Between 22 and 29 Weeks’ Gestation

Based on data from the Vermont Oxford Network from 183,243 racially diverse, singleton infants born in the US without congenital malformations. Tends to represent smaller infants compared to older charts; this is likely due to the increased survival of small infants over time. Provides norms for Asian, Black, and White infants.

Boghossian 2016 (Pediatrics) | PubMed 27940694 | Author Search

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