Hospital delivery volume, severe obstetrical morbidity, and failure to rescue.

@article{Friedman2016HospitalDV,
  title={Hospital delivery volume, severe obstetrical morbidity, and failure to rescue.},
  author={Alexander M. Friedman and Cande V Ananth and Yongmei Huang and Mary E. D'Alton and Jason Wright},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={2016},
  volume={215 6},
  pages={
          795.e1-795.e14
        }
}
  • Alexander M. Friedman, Cande V Ananth, +2 authors Jason Wright
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    American journal of…
    2016
  • Medicine
  • BACKGROUND In the setting of persistently high risk for maternal death and severe obstetric morbidity, little is known about the relationship between hospital delivery volume and maternal outcomes. OBJECTIVE The objectives of this analysis were (1) to determine maternal risk for severe morbidity during delivery hospitalizations by hospital delivery volume in the United States and (2) to characterize, by hospital volume, the risk for death in the setting of severe obstetric morbidity, a… CONTINUE READING

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