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Author: R. A. Carr-Hill
ISBN13: 978-0943818085
Title: The Development and Exploitation of Empirical Birthweight Standards
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Language: English
Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
Publisher: Stockton Pr (May 1, 1985)

The Development and Exploitation of Empirical Birthweight Standards by R. A. Carr-Hill



The development and exploitation of empirical birthweight standards (1985). Carr-Hill, Roy, Pritchard, Colin. Macmillan Publishing Co Inc, New York; London. CIS-6113, Author {Carr-Hill, Roy and Pritchard, Colin}, Publisher {Macmillan Publishing Co Inc}, Title {The development and exploitation of empirical birthweight standards}, Address {New York; London}, Year {1985} }.

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Carr-Hill, R. & Pritchard, C. (1985) The Development and Exploitation of Empirical Birthweight Standards. CrossRef Google Scholar. Smalls, M. & Forbes, . 1983) Centile Values of Birthweight for Gestational Age in Scottish Infants. 1976) The concept of the ‘light for dates’ infant. In: The Biology of Human Growth.

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Objective To derive clinical standards for singleton birthweight in a population based on area of residence. Birthweight is not normally distributed and empirical data are presented rather than smoothed curves.