To the Editor: Dr Fost1
notes an "emerging consensus" that physicians are at times too aggressive
in the treatment of some extremely low-birth-weight (ELBW) newborns. Severely
disabled children who are "graduates" of the newborn intensive care unit (ICU)
surely provide at least part of the explanation for the increasing skepticism
about aggressive treatment of such infants, but there may be another component
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