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Issue: 
Publication Date: 
12/1988
Page Count: 
16
Starting Page: 
124
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Abstract: 

This study examined the relationship between neonates cardiopulmonary condition and relevant information from the perinatal period. Multiple regression analyses showed that a linear composite of mother's report of perinatal information accounted for a significant amount of the variability in three of the five APGAR components at one minute (i.e., Heart Rate, Respiratory Effort, and Reflex Irritability) and all five APGAR components at five minutes. The results were interpreted as lending support to the utility of structured maternal report of perinatal information.

References: 

Apgar, V. (1953). A proposal for a new method of evaluation of the newborn infant. Current Researches in Anesthesia and Analgesia, 32, 260-265.

Apgar, V., & James, L.S. (1962). Further observations on the newborn scoring system. American Journal of Diseases of Children, 104, 419-428.

Avery, G. (1985). Effects of social, cultural, and economic factors on brain development. In J.M. Freeman (Ed.), Prenatal and perinatal factors associated with brain disorders (NIH Pub

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