Agnes E M de Galan-Roosen

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OBJECTIVE To validate a newly introduced classification system for the registration of perinatal mortality. DESIGN Descriptive. SETTING Dutch Healthcare region Delft-Westland-Oostland (DWO). MATERIAL AND METHODS In a 10-years period (1983-1992), all cases of perinatal death with a birthweight above 500 g (n=239) were included into the study. Six(More)
OBJECTIVE To classify 239 cases of perinatal death in a newly introduced classification system for underlying causes of perinatal death. DESIGN Prospective, descriptive. SETTING Dutch healthcare region Delft-Westland-Oostland (DWO). MATERIALS AND METHODS In 10 years (1983-1992), all cases of perinatal death with a birthweight above 500 g (n=239) were(More)
OBJECTIVE : To determine the precise contribution of congenital malformations to perinatal mortality in a region. DESIGN Prospective, descriptive. SETTING Region, Delft-Westland-Oostland (DWO) in the Netherlands. MATERIAL AND METHODS The registration was based on data concerning all deliveries of women domiciled in the health region DWO of the(More)
BACKGROUND Although some paternal components to the predisposition to pre-eclampsia have been demonstrated recently, it is not known whether such paternal factors play a role to thrombophilia-related perinatal mortality. OBJECTIVE To compare the paternal and maternal contribution to perinatal mortality. STUDY DESIGN Data from a prospective registry of(More)
OBJECTIVE To establish the distribution of perinatal mortality over the various levels of obstetrical care, taking into account the various causes of perinatal mortality. DESIGN Prospective, descriptive. METHODS Data were collected on all parturitions of women living in the region Delft-Westland-Oostland (DWO), the Netherlands, during the period(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the reliability of the Dutch registration of causes of perinatal death by the Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek (CBS, Central Statistics Office). DESIGN Prospective, descriptive. SETTING Region Delft-Westland-Oostland, the Netherlands. MATERIAL AND METHODS The registration was based on data concerning all deliveries of women(More)
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