With the Bayley test, the Mental Developmental Index (MDI) and PDI of the infants were recorded at TEA and at 6 months, 1 year, 2 years, and so on after discharge. The results of the last follow-up (until January 2017) were recorded, including intelligence (MDI), PDI, and clinical outcome. Exclusive of dead cases, the MDI and PDI were divided into 3 groups: normal (85 points and higher), less than 85 points were CP which subdivided 2 groups, mildly abnormal (70–85 points), and abnormal (less than 70 points).

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