Early term delivery and health care utilization in the first year of life.

@article{Dietz2012EarlyTD,
  title={Early term delivery and health care utilization in the first year of life.},
  author={Patricia Dietz and Joanne H. Rizzo and Lucinda J England and William M. Callaghan and Kimberly K. Vesco and Ferdinand C. Bruce and Joanna E Bulkley and Andrea J. Sharma and Mark C Hornbrook},
  journal={The Journal of pediatrics},
  year={2012},
  volume={161 2},
  pages={
          234-9.e1
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To assess health care utilization during the first year of life among early term-born infants. STUDY DESIGN We assessed health care utilization of 22420 singleton term infants (37-42 weeks gestational age [GA]) without major birth defects, fetal growth restriction, or exposure to diabetes or hypertension in utero, delivered between 1998 and 2007 and continuously enrolled at Kaiser Permanente Northwest for 12 months after delivery. GA, duration of delivery hospitalization, and… CONTINUE READING

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