Severity of asthma and perinatal outcome

@inproceedings{Perlow1992SeverityOA,
  title={Severity of asthma and perinatal outcome},
  author={Jordan H. Perlow and D. Montgomery and Mark A. Morgan and Craig V. Towers and Manuel Pronto},
  year={1992}
}
Abstract OBJECTIVE : Our objective was to determine the impact of asthma and its severity, as determined by medication requirements, on perinatal outcome. STUDY DESIGN : A case-controlled study was conducted. Among 30,940 live births at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center Women's Hospital, 183 deliveries occurred between Jan. 1, 1985, and Dec. 31, 1990, that were coded for the diagnosis of asthma. Eighty-one that required the chronic use of medications to control their disease were identified… CONTINUE READING

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