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Epidemiology and causes of preterm birth
Summary This paper is the first in a three-part series on preterm birth, which is the leading cause of perinatal morbidity and mortality in developed countries. Infants are born preterm at less… Expand
Intrauterine infection and preterm delivery.
Preterm delivery is the chief problem in obstetrics today, accounting for 70 percent of perinatal mortality and nearly half of long-term neurologic morbidity.1,2 Approximately 10 percent of all… Expand
The length of the cervix and the risk of spontaneous premature delivery. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Maternal Fetal Medicine Unit Network.
- J. Iams, R. Goldenberg, +8 authors J. Roberts
- The New England journal of medicine
- 29 February 1996
BACKGROUND The role of the cervix in the pathogenesis of premature delivery is controversial. In a prospective, multicenter study of pregnant women, we used vaginal ultrasonography to measure the… Expand
The preterm prediction study: maternal stress is associated with spontaneous preterm birth at less than thirty-five weeks' gestation. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development…
- R. Copper, R. Goldenberg, +9 authors A. Meier
- American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
- 1 November 1996
OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to determine whether various measures of poor psychosocial status in pregnancy are associated with spontaneous preterm birth, fetal growth restriction, or low birth weight.… Expand
Primary, secondary, and tertiary interventions to reduce the morbidity and mortality of preterm birth
Interventions to reduce the morbidity and mortality of preterm birth can be primary (directed to all women), secondary (aimed at eliminating or reducing existing risk), or tertiary (intended to… Expand
Low birth weight in the United States.
Pregnancy outcomes in the United States and other developed countries are considerably better than those in many developing countries. However, adverse pregnancy outcomes are generally more common in… Expand
Anemia Prevalence and Risk Factors in Pregnant Women in an Urban Area of Pakistan
- Naila Baig-Ansari, S. Badruddin, +6 authors R. Goldenberg
- Food and nutrition bulletin
- 1 June 2008
Background Anemia affects almost two-thirds of pregnant women in developing countries and contributes to maternal morbidity and mortality and to low birthweight. Objective To determine the prevalence… Expand
The effectiveness and costs of elective cesarean delivery for fetal macrosomia diagnosed by ultrasound.
OBJECTIVE To quantitate the potential effectiveness and monetary costs of a policy of elective cesarean delivery for fetal macrosomia diagnosed by ultrasound. DESIGN A decision analytic model was… Expand
Periodontal infection and preterm birth: results of a prospective study.
ABSTRACT Background Previous studies have suggested that chronic periodontal infection may be associated with preterm births. The authors conducted a prospective study to test for this association.… Expand
Preterm Birth 1: Epidemiology and Causes of Preterm Birth