Maternal Active Smoking During Pregnancy and Low Birth Weight in the Americas: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

@article{Pereira2017MaternalAS,
  title={Maternal Active Smoking During Pregnancy and Low Birth Weight in the Americas: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis},
  author={Priscilla Perez da Silva Pereira and Fabiana Ara{\'u}jo Figueiredo Da Mata and Ana Claudia Morais Godoy Figueiredo and Keitty R C de Andrade and Maur{\'i}cio Gomes Pereira},
  journal={Nicotine \& Tobacco Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={19},
  pages={497–505}
}
Introduction Smoking during pregnancy may negatively impact newborn birth weight. [...] Key Method Case-control and cohort studies published between 1984 and 2016 conducted within the Americas were included without restriction regarding publication language. The article selection process and data extraction were performed by two independent investigators. A meta-analysis of random effects was conducted, and possible causes of between-study heterogeneity were evaluated by meta-regressions and subgroup analyses…Expand
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