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    Cut-off for normal serum creatinine levels in preterm infant.

    Editor,

    I read with interest the article by Marlow et al(1) on sensorineural hearing loss and prematurity. In their study of preterm infant of less that 33 weeks gestation, they put the cut-off value of serum creatinine (as one of the variables) as 60 mmol/l. My comment is regarding the cut- off of 60. In a recent study from Leeds, UK, Miall et al(2) have shown that preterm babies have higher serum creatinine an...

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