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Table 1 Anthropometric, medical and demographic variables at time of evaluation a

From: School-age effects of the newborn individualized developmental care and assessment program for preterm infants with intrauterine growth restriction: preliminary findings

Variable Control (C)
(n = 14)
Experimental (E)
(n = 9)
p
Metric    
 Weight, kg 36.16 (12.03) 32.69 (7.39) 0.41
 Height, cm 138.84 (9.75) 136.58 (10.90) 0.63
 Head Circumference, cm 53.21 (1.83) 52.11 (2.03) 0.21
Percentiles    
 Weight percentile 60.00 (35.30) 55.78 (31.16) 0.77
 Height percentile 57.69 (29.25) 48.22 (38.00) 0.54
 Head Circumference percentile 61.46 (29.96) 45.11 (32.26) 0.25
Age at testing, years 9.63 (0.92) 9.76 (1.10) 0.77
Mother’s IQ    
 Verbal 109.84 (20.49) 102.33 (11.11) 0.27
 Non-Verbal 111.24 (14.88) 104.67 (12.06) 0.26
 Composite 111.16 (16.75) 103.44 (11.45) 0.20
Male/female 9/5 4/5 0.42b
Special school services, yes/no 10/4 8/1 0.61b
Disability Diagnoses, yes/no 6/8 5/4 0.68b
Hearing loss, yes/no 1/13 0/9 1.0b
Mother’s Education Level (HS/College/Grad) 4/7/3 4/3/2 0.69c
Income (<50 K/50-75 K/>75 K) 1/2/11 2/1/6 0.58c
Ethnicity (Caucasian/Black/Hispan/Other) 10/1/1/2 7/1/0/1 0.85c
  1. aResults are means and (standard deviations) unless otherwise noted. Statistical analyses used are Brown-Forsythe Univariate Analysis of Variance: F*, bFisher’s exact Test, and cPearson’s chi square: χ2. p = probability.