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*data for VLBW infants admitted to the NICU.
**the data comes from such study in 2011 in the US that numbers may differ from region, for your reference regarding the possible severity.
  1. Patient Safety in the NICU - A Comprehensive Review Haifa A. Samra, PhD, RN-NIC; Jacqueline M. McGrath, PhD, RN, FNAP, FAAN. J Perinat Neonat Nurs: Volume 25 Number 2, 123-132 Copyright C© 2011 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  2. Adverse Events and Associated Factors During Intrahospital Transport of Newborn Infants Romaine Delacretaz, MD, Celine J. Fischer Fumeaux, MD, PhD, Corinne Stadelmann, RN, Adriana Rodriguez Trejo, PhD, Alice Destaillats, MSc, and Eric Giannoni, MD. J Pediatr; 2022; 240:44-50).
  3. Vermont Oxford Network. NICU By The Numbers. Accessed March 1, 2019.
  4. Laptook AR, Salhab W, Bhaskar B and Neonatal Research Network. Admission temperature of low birthweight infants: Predictors and associated morbidties. Pediatrics 2007; 119:e643-e649.
  5. Admission temperature of low birth weight infants: predictors and associated morbidities Abbot R Laptook 1, Walid Salhab, Brinda Bhaskar, Neonatal Research Network Pediatrics. 2007 Mar; 119(3):e643-9. doi: 10.1542/peds.2006–0943. Epub 2007 Feb 12.
  6. Admission temperature of low birth weight infants: predictors and associated morbidities Abbot R Laptook 1, Walid Salhab, Brinda Bhaskar, Neonatal Research Network
  7. Transitional hypothermia in preterm newborns D R Bhatt 1, R White, G Martin, L J Van Marter, N Finer, J P Goldsmith, C Ramos, S Kukreja, R Ramanathan
  8. Vieira, Anna Luiza Pires, Santo, Amelia Miyashiro Nunes dos, Okuyama, Mariana Kobayashi, Miyoshi, Milton Harumi, Almeida, Maria Fernanda Branco de, &Guinsburg, Ruth(2011). Predictive score for clinical complications during intra-hospital transports of infants treated in a neonatal unit. Clinics, 66(4), 573–577.
  9. Long-Term Neurodevelopmental Outcomes After Preterm Birth Farin Soleimani, Farzaneh Zaheri and Fatemeh Abdi, *Iran. Red Crescent Med J. 2014 Jun; 16(6): e17965. Published online 2014 Jun 5. doi: 10.5812/ircmj.17965.
  10. Long-term consequences of prematurity Cristina I. Pravia, MD and Merline Benny, MD Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine December 2020, 87 (12) 759-767; DOI:
  11. Continuous vital sign analysis for predicting and preventing neonatal diseases in the twenty-first century: big data to the forefront. Navin Kumar, Gangaram Akangire, Brynne Sullivan, Karen Fairchild, Venkatesh Sampath 2020 Jan; 87(2):210-220. doi: 10.1038/s41390-019-0527-0.