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Public health papers ; no. 27
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Mansour, E.; Eissa, A.N.; Nofal, L.M.; Kharboush, I.; Reda, A.A. (2005)Low birth weight is one of the major determinants of neonatal survival and postneonatal morbidity. This study assessed the morbidity and mortality of low-birth-weight [LBW] infants during the first 3 months. Data were collected for 6701 live births. All singleton liveborn LBW infants as well as a comparison group of normal-birth-weight [NBW] infants were followed up for 3 months. Data were collected on weight, morbidity and mortality using a structured questionnaire. Admission to neonatal intensive care unit and mortality were more frequent in ...