Neurodevelopmental Outcome of Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants Randomly Assigned to Restrictive or Liberal Hemoglobin Thresholds for Blood Transfusion
Robin K Whyte, Haresh Kirpalani, Elizabeth V Asztalos, Chad Andersen, Morris Blajchman, Nancy Heddle, Meena LaCorte, Charlene MT Robertson, Maxine C Clarke, Michael J Vincer, Lex W Doyle, Robin S Roberts
Pediatrics | AMER ACAD PEDIATRICS | Published : 2009
Awarded by Canadian Institutes for Health Research
The PINTOS Study Group includes the following: Albany Medical Center, United States: Angel Rios, MD, Anthony Malone, MD, P. Graziano, RN, BSN, Susan Boynton, RN, BSN; Brooklyn Hospital Center, United States: Meena LaCorte, MD, Patrick Leblanc, MD, A. Braithwaite, NNP; Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: C. Robertson, MD; Kingston General Hospital, Canada: Maxine Clarke, MD; Dalhousie University and IWK Health Centre Halifax, Canada: Robin Whyte, MD, Michael Vincer, MD, Sharon Stone, RN, Heather Cake, MA; McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada: Haresh Kirpalani, MD, MSc, Morris A. Blajchman, MD, Nancy M. Heddle, MSc, Marie Kim, MD, Joanne Dix, Janice Cairnie; Melbourne Mercy for Women, Victoria, Australia: Chad Andersen MBBS, Anna Burdett; Melbourne Royal Women's Hospital, Victoria, Australia: Lex Doyle, MD, MSc, Kate Callanan, RN, Noni Davis, MB, Elaine Kelly, MA, Geoff Ford, MB; Royal Victoria Montreal, Canada: May Khairy, MD; University of Toronto and Sunnybrook and Women's College Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Elizabeth Asztalos, Maralyn Lacy, and Denise Hohn; Coordinating and Methods Center, Hamilton Ontario: Robin Roberts, MSc, Carole Chambers, Lorrie Costantini, MSc, Kevin Thorpe, MMath.