Maternal theophylline consumption and the risk of stillbirth.

Abstract

Women in the Collaborative Perinatal Project who received theophylline during pregnancy were no more likely to be delivered of a stillborn infant than were women who did not receive theophylline. These findings add to the safety record associated with maternal receipt of theophylline during pregnancy. 

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@article{Neff1990MaternalTC, title={Maternal theophylline consumption and the risk of stillbirth.}, author={Raymond K. Neff and Alan Leviton}, journal={Chest}, year={1990}, volume={97 5}, pages={1266-7} }