Welcome To the Fenton Preterm Growth Chart webpage
You can view infants weight, head circumference and length growth in your care plotted on the Fenton Growth Charts, as well as on other charts including the WHO growth standard, and print high-resolution charts. There are two ways to enter the data, either as “direct data entry version” in which you enter individual infant measurements or a "spreadsheet version” by uploading a .csv file of your data. Girls and boys need to be uploaded separately so they can be plotted on the sex-appropriate growth chart. You can plot either weekly data or you can also plot measurements between whole weeks, provide the gestational age as the fractions, e.g. for between 24 and 25 weeks, you could use: 24.14, 24.3, 24.43, 24.57, 24.7 and 24.86 for days 1,2,3,4,5 and 6.”
Features: Price: Free, no charge
Developed by: Dr. Atul Sharma University of Manitoba, Department of Paediatrics and Child Health email@example.com and Dr. Dan Metzger BC Children's Hospital
2. A Preterm Growth Chart App that shows babies growth patterns (weight, head circumference, and length) on the Fenton 2013 growth charts is now available. This App works on Apple iPhones and iPads that have an Operating System of iOS 8 or greater.
"I love this growth chart App, that you can enter the data every few days and see the baby’s growth pattern on the growth chart. It also provides Z scores for each measurement. This App is much easier to use than paper copies of the growth charts, and I like that you can e-mail the growth chart too." Sarah McKenna, Pediatric Dietitian
Free - You can test the App for up to 2 babies, 5 measurements
Family version (1 or 2 babies) - $4.99
Professional version (unlimited babies) - $29.99
Quatrian website: https://quatrian.com/PGCProduct.php
Price: Free, no charge
Requires iOS 6.1 or later.
Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, optimized for iPhone 5.
Available from: Apple App store:
Price: Free, no charge
Requires Android 4.0 or above.
Compatible with Android devices (phone or tablets).
To avoid errors at extreme z-scores for weight, z-scores >+3 and <–3 are reported as >+3 and <–3.
Developed by: Dr. Dan Metzger
Available from Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=appinventor.ai_dlmetzger58.AnthroCalc