Nigel Paneth
Nigel Paneth
Professor of Epidemiology, Michigan State University
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A report: the definition and classification of cerebral palsy April 2006
P Rosenbaum, N Paneth, A Leviton, M Goldstein, M Bax, D Damiano, ...
Dev Med Child Neurol Suppl 109 (suppl 109), 8-14, 2007
Proposed definition
M Bax, M Goldstein, P Rosenbaum, A Leviton
Developmental medicine & child neurology, 571-576, 2005
Do clinical markers of barotrauma and oxygen toxicity explain interhospital variation in rates of chronic lung disease?
LJ Van Marter, EN Allred, M Pagano, U Sanocka, R Parad, M Moore, ...
Pediatrics 105 (6), 1194-1201, 2000
The problem of low birth weight
NS Paneth
The future of children, 19-34, 1995
Phenobarbital compared with phenytoin for the treatment of neonatal seizures
MJ Painter, MS Scher, AD Stein, S Armatti, Z Wang, JC Gardiner, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 341 (7), 485-489, 1999
Developing and validating the Communication Function Classification System for individuals with cerebral palsy
MJC Hidecker, N Paneth, PL Rosenbaum, RD Kent, J Lillie, JB Eulenberg, ...
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 53 (8), 704-710, 2011
Maternal infection, fetal inflammatory response, and brain damage in very low birth weight infants
A Leviton, N Paneth, ML Reuss, M Susser, EN Allred, O Dammann, ...
Pediatric research 46 (5), 566-566, 1999
The descriptive epidemiology of cerebral palsy
N Paneth, T Hong, S Korzeniewski
Clinics in perinatology 33 (2), 251-267, 2006
The relation of transient hypothyroxinemia in preterm infants to neurologic development at two years of age
ML Reuss, N Paneth, JA Pinto-Martin, JM Lorenz, M Susser
New England Journal of Medicine 334 (13), 821-827, 1996
A quantitative review of mortality and developmental disability in extremely premature newborns
JM Lorenz, DE Wooliever, JR Jetton, N Paneth
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine 152 (5), 425-435, 1998
Early origin of coronary heart disease (the “Barker hypothesis”)
N Paneth, M Susser
Bmj 310 (6977), 411-412, 1995
Behavioural problems in children who weigh 1000 g or less at birth in four countries
ETM Hille, AL den Ouden, S Saigal, D Wolke, M Lambert, A Whitaker, ...
The Lancet 357 (9269), 1641-1643, 2001
Cranial ultrasound prediction of disabling and nondisabling cerebral palsy at age two in a low birth weight population
JA Pinto-Martin, S Riolo, A Cnaan, C Holzman, MW Susser, N Paneth
Pediatrics 95 (2), 249-254, 1995
School-age outcomes in children who were extremely low birth weight from four international population-based cohorts
S Saigal, L den Ouden, D Wolke, L Hoult, N Paneth, DL Streiner, ...
Pediatrics 112 (4), 943-950, 2003
Deployment of convalescent plasma for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19
EM Bloch, S Shoham, A Casadevall, BS Sachais, B Shaz, JL Winters, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 130 (6), 2757-2765, 2020
Psychiatrie outcomes in low-birth-weight children at age 6 years: Relation to neonatal cranial ultrasound abnormalities
AH Whitaker, R Van Rossem, JF Feldman, IS Schonfeld, JA Pinto-Martin, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 54 (9), 847-856, 1997
Newborn intensive care and neonatal mortality in low-birth-weight infants: a population study
N Paneth, JL Kiely, S Wallenstein, M Marcus, J Pakter, M Susser
New England Journal of Medicine 307 (3), 149-155, 1982
White matter damage in preterm newborns—an epidemiologic perspective
A Leviton, N Paneth
Early human development 24 (1), 1-22, 1990
Impact of improved survival of very low birth weight infants on recent secular trends in the prevalence of cerebral palsy
V Bhushan, N Paneth, JL Kiely
Pediatrics 91 (6), 1094-1100, 1993
Neonatal mortality: an analysis of the recent improvement in the United States.
KS Lee, N Paneth, LM Gartner, MA Pearlman, L Gruss
American Journal of Public Health 70 (1), 15-21, 1980
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