1. Hunt CE and the CHIME Study Group: SIDS and subsequent siblings. Pediatr 1995; 95:430-432.

  2. Silvestri, JM, Hufford, DR, Durham, J., Pearsall, SM, Oess, MA, Weese-Mayer, DE, Hunt, CE., Levenson, SM, Corwin, MJ, and the CHIME Study Group: Assessment of compliance of home cardio respiratory monitoring in infants at risk for SIDS. J. Pediatr 1995; 127: 384-388.

  3. Brooks LJ, DiFiore JM, Martin RJ, and The CHIME Study Group: Assessment of tidal volume over time in preterm infants using respiratory inductance plethysmography. Pediatr Pulmonol 1997; 23:429-433.

  4. Crowell DH, Brooks LJ, Colton T, Corwin MJ, Hoppenbrouwers T, Hunt CE, Kapuniai LE, Lister G, Neuman MR, Peucker M, Ward SL, Weese-Mayer DE, Willinger M, and The CHIME Study Group: Infant polysomnography: reliability. Sleep 1997; 20:553-560.

  5. Corwin MJ, Lister G, Silvestri JM, Peucker M, Brooks LJ, Davidson Ward SL, Hunt CE, Neuman MR, Willinger M, Crowell DH, Colton T, and the CHIME Study Group: Agreement among raters in assessment of physiologic waveforms recorded by a cardiorespiratory monitor for home use. Pediatr Res 1998; 44:682-690.

  6. Hunt CE, Corwin MJ, Lister G, Weese-Mayer DE, Peucker M, Neuman MR, Tinsley L, Baird TM, Keens TG, and The CHIME Study Group: Longitudinal assessment of hemoglobin oxygen saturation in healthy infants during the first six months of age. J Pediatr, 1999;134:580-586.

  7. Weese-Mayer DE, Corwin MJ, Peucker MR, DiFiore JM, Hufford DR, Tinsley LR, Neuman MR, Martin RJ, Brooks LJ, Davidson Ward SL, Lister G, Willinger, and the CHIME Study Group. Comparison of apnea identified by respiratory inductance plethysmography with that detected by end-tidal CO2 or thermistor. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2000; 162:471-480.

  8. Kulp TD, Corwin MJ, Brooks LB, Peucker M, Fabrikant G, Crowell DH, Hoppenbrouwers T, and the CHIME Study Group. The effect of epoch length and smoothing on infant sleep and waking state architecture for term infants at 42 to 46 weeks. Sleep 2000; 23:893-899.

  9. Ramanathan R, Corwin MJ, Hunt CE, Lister G, Tinsley L, Baird L, Silvestri JM, Crowell DH, Hufford D, Martin RJ, Neuman M, Weese-Mayer DM, Cupples LA, Peucker M, Willinger M, Keens TG, and The Collaborative Home Infant Monitoring Evaluation (CHIME) Study Group: Cardiorespiratory events recorded in the home: Comparison of healthy infant with those at increased risk for SIDS. JAMA 2001; 285:2199-2207.

  10. Hunt CE, Durham J, Guess S, Kapuniai LE, Golub H, and the CHIME Study Group. Telephone subsidy is an effective incentive for successful participation in home memory monitor study. Archives Ped Adolesc Med 2001; 155(8); 945-959.

  11. Neuman MR, Watson HL, Mendenhall RS, Zoldak JT, Di Fiore JM, Peucker M, Baird TM, Crowell DH, Hoppenbrouwers TT, Hufford D, Hunt CE, Corwin MJ, Tinsley LR, Weese-Mayer DE, Sackner MA, and The CHIME Study Group. Cardiopulmonary monitoring at home: The CHIME monitor. Physiological Measurement 2001; 22:267-286.

  12. Zoldak JT, Watson HL, Bolduc DB, DiFiore JM, Mendenhall RS, Peucker M, Neuman MR, and the CHIME Study Group. An electronic simulator for testing infant apnea monitors that use realistic physiologic data. Physiological Measurement 2001;22: N1-N12.

  13. Ratliff-Schaub K. Hunt CE. Crowell D. Golub H. Smok-Pearsall S. Palmer P. Schafer S. Bak S. Cantey-Kiser J. O'Bell R., and the CHIME Study Group. Relationship between infant sleep position and motor development in preterm infants. J Develop Behav Pediatr 2001; 22(5); 293-299.

  14. Crowell DH. Kulp TD. Kapuniai LE. Hunt CE. Brooks LJ. Weese-Mayer DE. Silvestri J. Ward SD. Corwin M. Tinsley L. Peucker M., and the CHIME Study Group. Infant Polysomnography: Reliability and validity of infant arousal assessment. J Clin Neurophysiology 2002; 19(5); 469-483.

  15. Crowell DH and the CHIME Study Group. An Atlas of Infant Polysomnography. Parthenon Publishing/CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2003.

  16. Hunt CE, Baird T, Tinsley L, Palmer P, Ramanathan R, Crowell D, Schafer S, Martin R, Hufford DR, Corwin M, Peucker M, Bak S, Weese-Mayer DE, Silvestri J, Neuman M and the Collaborative Home Infant Monitoring Evaluation (CHIME) Study Group. The effect of cardiorespiratory events detected by home cardiorespiratory monitoring during infancy on neurodevelopmental outcome at one year of age. J. Pediatr. 2004; 145: October.

  17. Sazonov E, Sazonova N, Schuckers S, Neuman M, and CHIME Study Group. Activity-based sleep-wake identification in infants. Physiol Meas 2004; 25:1291-1304.

  18. Crowell DH, Tinsley L, Kapuniai L, Weese-Mayer DE, Silvestri J, DiFiore J, Davidson-Ward S, Hunt CE, Corwin M, Willinger M, and the CHIME Study Group. Ontogeny of Arousal. J Clin Neurophysiol, in press.

  19. Silvestri JM, Lister G, Corwin MJ, Smok-Pearsall SM, Hunt CE, Baird TM, Crowell DH, Cantey-Kiser J, Tinsley LR, Palmer PH, Mendenhall RS, Hufford DR, Hoppenbrouwers TT, Neuman MR, Weese-Mayer DE, Willinger M, and The CHIME Study Group. The Collaborative home infant monitoring evaluation: Factors influencing use of a home cardiorespiratory for infants. Arch Ped Adolesc Med, in press.






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