Influence of gestational age on prediction of fetal lung maturity by fluorescence polarization of amniotic fluid.

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Compared are the amniotic fluid fluorescence polarization values and the neonatal outcomes of 201 pregnant women who delivered from 28 through 37 weeks of gestation within 48 hours of the fluorescence polarization determinations. Thirty-five neonates developed hyaline membrane disease. The corresponding fluorescence polarization values ranged from 0.275 to… (More)

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@article{Simon1985InfluenceOG, title={Influence of gestational age on prediction of fetal lung maturity by fluorescence polarization of amniotic fluid.}, author={Nathalie Simon and J S Levisky and R. C. Elser and George W. Creasy}, journal={Obstetrics and gynecology}, year={1985}, volume={65 3}, pages={346-51} }