Maternal Morbidity and Risk of Death at Delivery Hospitalization

@article{Campbell2013MaternalMA,
  title={Maternal Morbidity and Risk of Death at Delivery Hospitalization},
  author={K. Campbell and D. Savitz and E. Werner and C. Pettker and D. Goffman and C. Chazotte and H. Lipkind},
  journal={Obstetrics \& Gynecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={122},
  pages={627–633}
}
OBJECTIVE: To examine the effect of underlying maternal morbidities on the odds of maternal death during delivery hospitalization. METHODS: We used data that linked birth certificates to hospital discharge diagnoses from singleton live births at 22 weeks of gestation or later during 1995–2003 in New York City. Maternal morbidities examined included prepregnancy weight more than 114 kilograms (250 pounds), chronic hypertension, pregestational or gestational diabetes mellitus, chronic… Expand
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