The following INTERGROWTH-21st resources are available for clinicians and researchers. The links below will allow you to access and download all publications, tables, charts, calculators, apps and training resources.
To access Excel-based calculators, apps (available to download for Windows and Mac) and user guides, click here.
To read more about the project, click here.
For any queries on these resources please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The INTERGROWTH-21st Project was a multi-centre, multi-ethnic, population-based project, conducted between 2009 and 2014, in eight demarcated urban areas: Pelotas, Brazil; Shunyi County, Beijing, China; Central Nagpur, India; Turin, Italy; Parklands Suburb, Nairobi, Kenya; Muscat, Oman; Oxford, UK, and Seattle, USA. Its primary aim was to study growth, health, nutrition and neurodevelopment from <14weeks of gestation to 2 years of age, using the same conceptual framework as the WHO Multicentre Growth Reference Study, so as to produce international prescriptive standards for pregnancy dating, maternal weight gain, fetal growth, newborn size, the postnatal growth of preterm infants and cognitive development at 2 years of age. These scientifically robust clinical tools may be used to monitor and evaluate maternal and fetal wellbeing, as well as infant health and nutrition at an individual and population level.
Practitioners can download and use these charts freely. To connect with the INTERGROWTH-21st team regarding your experience with piloting these charts, or to request modifications to the resources (e.g. language; different institutional logo), please contact: email@example.com.