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John N I Dieter, Tiffany Field, Maria Hernandez-Reif, Eugene K Emory, Mercedes Redzepi. J Pediatr Psychol 2003
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333 articles co-cited >1



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Tactile/kinesthetic stimulation effects on preterm neonates.
T M Field, S M Schanberg, F Scafidi, C R Bauer, N Vega-Lahr, R Garcia, J Nystrom, C M Kuhn. Pediatrics 1986
253
49

Vagal activity, gastric motility, and weight gain in massaged preterm neonates.
Miguel A Diego, Tiffany Field, Maria Hernandez-Reif. J Pediatr 2005
98
36

Massage therapy by mothers and trained professionals enhances weight gain in preterm infants.
Sari Goldstein Ferber, Jacob Kuint, Aron Weller, Ruth Feldman, Shaul Dollberg, Eliana Arbel, David Kohelet. Early Hum Dev 2002
62
32

Massage for promoting growth and development of preterm and/or low birth-weight infants.
A Vickers, A Ohlsson, J B Lacy, A Horsley. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2004
123
31

Changes in plasma cortisol and catecholamine concentrations in response to massage in preterm infants.
D Acolet, N Modi, X Giannakoulopoulos, C Bond, W Weg, A Clow, V Glover. Arch Dis Child 1993
83
26

Factors that predict which preterm infants benefit most from massage therapy.
F A Scafidi, T Field, S M Schanberg. J Dev Behav Pediatr 1993
54
27

Effects of tactile-kinesthetic stimulation in preterms: a controlled trial.
S Mathai, A Fernandez, J Mondkar, W Kanbur. Indian Pediatr 2001
53
28

Preterm infants show reduced stress behaviors and activity after 5 days of massage therapy.
Maria Hernandez-Reif, Miguel Diego, Tiffany Field. Infant Behav Dev 2007
60
23

Moderate versus light pressure massage therapy leads to greater weight gain in preterm infants.
Tiffany Field, Miguel A Diego, Maria Hernandez-Reif, Osvelia Deeds, Barbara Figuereido. Infant Behav Dev 2006
65
22


Massage with kinesthetic stimulation improves weight gain in preterm infants.
A N Massaro, T A Hammad, B Jazzo, H Aly. J Perinatol 2009
49
26

Massage effects on cocaine-exposed preterm neonates.
A Wheeden, F A Scafidi, T Field, G Ironson, C Valdeon, E Bandstra. J Dev Behav Pediatr 1993
45
26

Physiologic and behavioral effects of gentle human touch on preterm infants.
L L Harrison, A K Williams, M L Berbaum, J T Stem, J Leeper. Res Nurs Health 2000
43
27

Preterm infant massage therapy research: a review.
Tiffany Field, Miguel Diego, Maria Hernandez-Reif. Infant Behav Dev 2010
120
19

Weight gain in preterm infants following parent-administered Vimala massage: a randomized controlled trial.
Alma Patricia Gonzalez, Guadalupe Vasquez-Mendoza, Alfonso García-Vela, Andres Guzmán-Ramirez, Marcos Salazar-Torres, Gustavo Romero-Gutierrez. Am J Perinatol 2009
24
50

Preterm infant massage elicits consistent increases in vagal activity and gastric motility that are associated with greater weight gain.
Miguel A Diego, Tiffany Field, Maria Hernandez-Reif, Osvelia Deeds, Angela Ascencio, Gisela Begert. Acta Paediatr 2007
64
17

Effect of auditory, tactile, visual, and vestibular intervention on length of stay, alertness, and feeding progression in preterm infants.
Rosemary C White-Traut, Michael N Nelson, Jean M Silvestri, Ushanalini Vasan, Susan Littau, Patricia Meleedy-Rey, Gouguang Gu, Minu Patel. Dev Med Child Neurol 2002
86
15


Insulin and insulin-like growth factor-1 increased in preterm neonates following massage therapy.
Tiffany Field, Miguel Diego, Maria Hernandez-Reif, John N I Dieter, Adarsh M Kumar, Saul Schanberg, Cynthia Kuhn. J Dev Behav Pediatr 2008
59
16


A randomized placebo-controlled trial of massage therapy on the immune system of preterm infants.
Jocelyn Y Ang, Jorge L Lua, Ambika Mathur, Ronald Thomas, Basim I Asmar, Sureyya Savasan, Steven Buck, Michael Long, Seetha Shankaran. Pediatrics 2012
41
21

The efficacy of massage on preterm infants: a meta-analysis.
Li Wang, Jun Li He, Xian Hong Zhang. Am J Perinatol 2013
26
34


Effect of physical activity on bone mineralization in premature infants.
L Moyer-Mileur, M Luetkemeier, L Boomer, G M Chan. J Pediatr 1995
71
12

Temperature increases in preterm infants during massage therapy.
Miguel A Diego, Tiffany Field, Maria Hernandez-Reif. Infant Behav Dev 2008
23
34

Impact of massage therapy on motor outcomes in very low-birthweight infants: randomized controlled pilot study.
Yuen-Bing Ho, Robert S Y Lee, Chun-Bong Chow, Marco Y C Pang. Pediatr Int 2010
28
28


Multimodal stimulation of the premature infant.
R C White-Traut, K A Tubeszewski. J Pediatr Nurs 1986
17
41


Tactile-kinesthetic stimulation effects on sympathetic and adrenocortical function in preterm infants.
C M Kuhn, S M Schanberg, T Field, R Symanski, E Zimmerman, F Scafidi, J Roberts. J Pediatr 1991
75
11



The efficacy of massage on short and long term outcomes in preterm infants.
Bahia Abdallah, Lina Kurdahi Badr, Mirvat Hawwari. Infant Behav Dev 2013
49
14

The biobehavioral effects of gentle human touch on preterm infants.
Mary Anne Modrcin-Talbott, Lynda Law Harrison, Maureen W Groer, Mary Sue Younger. Nurs Sci Q 2003
33
18

Release of GI hormones in mother and infant by sensory stimulation.
K Uvnäs-Moberg, A M Widström, G Marchini, J Winberg. Acta Paediatr Scand 1987
84
9

Daily physical activity program increases bone mineralization and growth in preterm very low birth weight infants.
L J Moyer-Mileur, V Brunstetter, T P McNaught, G Gill, G M Chan. Pediatrics 2000
104
9

Energy expenditure in growing preterm infants receiving massage therapy.
Sharon Lahat, Francis B Mimouni, Gina Ashbel, Shaul Dollberg. J Am Coll Nutr 2007
15
40

Prior leg massage decreases pain responses to heel stick in preterm babies.
Sunil Jain, Praveen Kumar, Douglas D McMillan. J Paediatr Child Health 2006
60
10

Oil massage in neonates: an open randomized controlled study of coconut versus mineral oil.
K Sankaranarayanan, J A Mondkar, M M Chauhan, B M Mascarenhas, A R Mainkar, R Y Salvi. Indian Pediatr 2005
48
12

The effects of preterm infant massage on brain electrical activity.
Andrea Guzzetta, Maria G D'Acunto, Marco Carotenuto, Nicoletta Berardi, Ada Bancale, Enrico Biagioni, Antonio Boldrini, Paolo Ghirri, Lamberto Maffei, Giovanni Cioni. Dev Med Child Neurol 2011
66
9


Effect of oil massage on growth in preterm neonates less than 1800 g: a randomized control trial.
Jagdish Kumar, Amit Upadhyay, Ajeet Kumar Dwivedi, Sunil Gothwal, Vijay Jaiswal, Sunny Aggarwal. Indian J Pediatr 2013
27
22

Massage improves growth quality by decreasing body fat deposition in male preterm infants.
Laurie J Moyer-Mileur, Shannon Haley, Hillarie Slater, Joanna Beachy, Sandra L Smith. J Pediatr 2013
26
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Developmental intervention for preterm infants diagnosed with periventricular leukomalacia.
R C White-Traut, M N Nelson, J M Silvestri, M Patel, U Vasan, B K Han, N Cunningham, K Burns, K Kopischke, L Bradford. Res Nurs Health 1999
28
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Responses of preterm infants to unimodal and multimodal sensory intervention.
R C White-Traut, M N Nelson, J M Silvestri, N Cunningham, M Patel. Pediatr Nurs 1997
46
10

The effectiveness of tactile stimulation as a form of early intervention: a quantitative evaluation.
K J Ottenbacher, L Muller, D Brandt, A Heintzelman, P Hojem, P Sharpe. J Dev Behav Pediatr 1987
38
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Effects of gentle human touch on preterm infants: pilot study results.
L Harrison, L Olivet, K Cunningham, M B Bodin, C Hicks. Neonatal Netw 1996
31
16

Modulating infant state in premature infants.
R C White-Traut, C M Pate. J Pediatr Nurs 1987
28
17

A randomized controlled trial of early kangaroo care for preterm infants: effects on temperature, weight, behavior, and acuity.
Miao-Ju Chwo, Gene C Anderson, Marion Good, Donna A Dowling, Shiow-Hwa H Shiau, Der-Ming Chu. J Nurs Res 2002
62
8

Effects of massage & use of oil on growth, blood flow & sleep pattern in infants.
K N Agarwal, A Gupta, R Pushkarna, S K Bhargava, M M Faridi, M K Prabhu. Indian J Med Res 2000
40
12


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.