Perinatal care in Portugal: effects of 15 years of a regionalized system.

@article{Neto2006PerinatalCI,
  title={Perinatal care in Portugal: effects of 15 years of a regionalized system.},
  author={Maria Teresa Neto},
  journal={Acta paediatrica},
  year={2006},
  volume={95 11},
  pages={
          1349-52
        }
}
AIM To share information on the organization of perinatal care in Portugal. METHODS Data were derived from the Programme of the National Committee for Mother and Child Health 1989, National Institute for Statistics, and Eurostat. RESULTS In 1989, perinatal care in Portugal was reformed: the closure was proposed of maternity units with less than 1500 deliveries per year; hospitals were classified as level I (no deliveries), II (low-risk deliveries, intermediate care units) or III (high-risk… CONTINUE READING

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