Influenza-B associated rhabdomyolysis with acute renal failure [letter]

J B Ghosh
2013 Indian Pediatrics  
CORRESPONDENCE make this conclusion. Similarly comparison of catch up of AGA and SGA infant was not possible. The mean difference and their confidence interval suggest that developmental indices of VLBW infants were significantly lower than those of NBW infants. Early age of assessment is the limitation of present study, and a much longer follow up might have been more informative. We would like to clarify that DQ of all VLBW infants was not above 90, it was the mean DQ of this group. A mean DQ
more » ... is group. A mean DQ below 85 was observed in 22% of infants. This finding along with difference of 6 point in mean DQ between two groups cannot be underestimated and warrants a long-term follow up of these infant for their later outcomes. Also amongst babies who have a DQ above 90, it needs to be investigated, how these infants behave cognitively who have DQ of 90 as compared to those with 98.
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