Do patients who deliver at term after being hospitalized for preterm contractions have an increased risk for obstetrical complications?

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To determine the obstetrical complications and perinatal outcomes of patients with recurrent episodes of preterm contractions (PTC) that eventually delivered at term compared to those who delivered preterm. A retrospective study evaluating pregnancy complications and adverse perinatal outcomes of patients with recurrent episodes of PTC (three or more) was… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00404-013-2811-2

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@article{Zoabi2013DoPW, title={Do patients who deliver at term after being hospitalized for preterm contractions have an increased risk for obstetrical complications?}, author={Lobna Zoabi and Adi Yekuda Weintraub and Lena Novak and Tal Rafaeli-Yehudai and Ohad Katz and Ruth Beer-Wizel and Vered Kleitman-Meir and Moshe Mazor and Offer Erez}, journal={Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics}, year={2013}, volume={288}, pages={537-542} }