File:UK Growth Chart-A4 Girls NICM.pdf
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UK Growth Chart - Neonatal and Infant Close Monitoring chart (NICM) Girls
Previously referred to as the Low Birthweight chart to be used for:
- births before 32 weeks gestation
- unwell neonates born after 32 weeks
- for term infants with significant growth and weight faltering.
Note - Must be printed on A4 paper to be correct size.
- UK WHO Growth Charts: 0-4 Years - Boys | 0-4 Years - Girls | NICM Boys | NICM Girls | Postnatal - Growth Charts
Wright CM, Williams AF, Elliman D, Bedford H, Birks E, Butler G, Sachs M, Moy RJ & Cole TJ. (2010). Using the new UK-WHO growth charts. BMJ , 340, c1140. PMID: 20231247
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- Original File UK WHO Girls NICM Chart (A4) (PDF, 138KB)
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