Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Advances in pediatric medicine have enabled a decrease in perinatal mortality, especially among infants born preterm (< 32 weeks gestational age) or low birth weight (< 1.500 g). However, this population is exposed to a greater risk of neurological sequelae. This is why the creation of specific follow-up program are mandatory to screen at-risk children to offer them a support able to minimize the impact of prematurity on their future neurological development.