Improved Survival in Down Syndrome over the Last 60 Years and the Impact of Perinatal Factors in Recent Decades.

@article{Glasson2015ImprovedSI,
  title={Improved Survival in Down Syndrome over the Last 60 Years and the Impact of Perinatal Factors in Recent Decades.},
  author={Emma J Glasson and Angela J. Jacques and Kingsley Wong and Jenny Bourke and Helen Leonard},
  journal={The Journal of pediatrics},
  year={2015},
  volume={169},
  pages={
          214-20.e1
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To calculate the survival of people with Down syndrome over the past 60 years and the influence of major perinatal factors by using linked population-based data. STUDY DESIGN A data linkage between 2 Western Australian (WA) data sets (the Register for Developmental Anomalies and the Intellectual Disability Exploring Answers database) was used to identify 772 children born with Down syndrome in WA from 1980-2010. Perinatal and mortality data were extracted from the WA Midwives… CONTINUE READING
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