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Travel time from home to hospital and adverse perinatal outcomes in women at term in the Netherlands
Please cite this paper as: Ravelli A, Jager K, de Groot M, Erwich J, Rijninks‐van Driel G, Tromp M, Eskes M, Abu‐Hanna A, Mol B. Travel time from home to hospital and adverse perinatal outcomes inExpand
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Regional perinatal mortality differences in the Netherlands; care is the question
BackgroundPerinatal mortality is an important indicator of health. European comparisons of perinatal mortality show an unfavourable position for the Netherlands. Our objective was to study regionalExpand
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Ethnic differences in stillbirth and early neonatal mortality in The Netherlands
Background Ethnic disparities in perinatal mortality are well known. This study aimed to explore the contribution of demographic, socioeconomic, health behavioural and pre-existent medical riskExpand
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[Term perinatal mortality audit in the Netherlands 2010-2012: a population-based cohort study].
OBJECTIVE Investigation of the implementation and results of the national term perinatal mortality audit. DESIGN Population-based cohort study. METHOD Perinatal audits were carried out in all 90Expand
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Postpartum haemorrhage in nulliparous women: incidence and risk factors in low and high risk women
Abstract Objective : To determine the incidence and risk factors for standard and severe postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) in vaginally delivering nulliparous women, before and after risk stratification.Expand
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Antenatal prediction of neonatal mortality in very premature infants.
OBJECTIVE To develop a prognostic model for antenatal prediction of neonatal mortality in infants threatening to be born very preterm (<32 weeks). STUDY DESIGN Nationwide cohort study in TheExpand
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Decreasing perinatal mortality in The Netherlands, 2000–2006: a record linkage study
Background: The European PERISTAT-1 study showed that, in 1999, perinatal mortality, especially fetal mortality, was substantially higher in The Netherlands than in other European countries. The aimExpand
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Ethnic disparities in perinatal mortality at 40 and 41 weeks of gestation
Abstract Objective: To evaluate whether maternal ethnicity affects perinatal mortality by week of gestation from 39 weeks onwards. Study design: In this cohort study, we used data from the nationwideExpand
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[Differences between Dutch provinces in perinatal mortality and travel time to hospital].
OBJECTIVE To investigate differences in perinatal mortality between Dutch provinces and to determine the significance of risk factors including travel time from home to the hospital during labour. Expand
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Perinatale sterfteverschillen in Amsterdam
Doel In Amsterdam werd onderzocht of er per stadsdeel verschillen waren in perinatale sterfte en of deze verklaard konden worden door risicofactoren zoals etniciteit en sociaal­ economische statusExpand
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