Smoking in the family is most predictive of the development of childhood asthma in preterm babies < 30 weeks gestation: Results of the Respiratory Outcomes Study 2 (RESPOS2)
Objectives: The Respiratory Outcomes Study 2 (RESPOS2) investigated the relationship between neonatal outcomes (specifically, chronic lung disease [CLD]) and environmental factors on the development of asthma and atopic outcomes at primary school age for preterm babies (PBs) <30 weeks gestational age (GA). Methods: The study included all surviving PBs <30 weeks GA admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Canberra Hospital, Australian Capital Territory between 2007 and 2009. Parents were...[Show more]
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