A Program for Improving the Psychosocial Outcome of Infants with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia (BPD)
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Frank S. Pidcock, MD, Francie Fifer-Pagell, MEd, CTRS, Paul A. Branca, MD, Lisa Walko, MSN, RN, Steven Bachrach, MD, Adele S. Schneider, MD, Patricia Gilbert, MSN, RN
Frank S. Pidcock, M.D., Paul A. Branca, M.D., Patricia Gilbert, M.S.N., are with the Dept. of Pediatrics, Jefferson Medical College. Francie Fifer-Pagell is with Med. Ctrs, Moss Rehabilitation Hospital. Steven Bachrach is with the A.I. Dupont Institute. Address requests for reprints to Frank Pidcock, M.D., Children's Rehabilitation Hospital, 3955 Constitution Ave. Philadelphia, PA. 19131.