Brain injury is an important driver in adverse neurodevelopmental outcomes in infants, and specifically in preterm infants. The goal of current research is to identify how to reduce adverse experiences that negatively influence brain development.
Terrie Inder, MBChB, MD, discusses the importance of reducing both traditional and invisible brain injury in premature infants. Dr. Inder specifically reviews encephalopathy of prematurity and the drivers to improve outcomes.
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