Table 3

Decreases in absolute wave and interpeak latencies at 16 weeks of age*

Formula A (n = 22)Formula B (n = 22)Control (C) (n = 23)p Value*
Values (milliseconds) are given as mean (SD).
Formula A, Farley’s First Milk; formula B, Nutrilon I; IPL, interpeak latency.
*The differences between the formula B group and each of the other two (formula A and control) groups were significant (p<0.05).
Wave I0.35 (0.13)0.27 (0.14)0.38 (0.2)A v B = 0.03
A v C = 0.9
B v C = 0.02
Wave III0.69 (0.16)0.52 (0.15)0.73 (0.15)A v B = 0.001
A v C = 0.53
B v C = 0.001
Wave V0.83 (0.18)0.6 (0.11)0.86 (0.18)A v B = 0.001
A v C = 0.87
B v C = 0.002
IPL I–III0.34 (0.16)0.25 (0.14)0.35 (0.22)A v B = 0.038
A v C = 0.99
B v C = 0.02
IPL III–V0.14 (0.1)0.08 (0.07)0.13 (0.11)A v B = 0.023
A v C = 0.809
B v C = 0.015
IPL I−V0.47 (0.2)0.33 (0.16)0.48 (0.2)A v B = 0.026
A v C = 0.99
B v C = 0.04