Short Maternal Stature Increases Risk of Small-for-Gestational-Age and Preterm Births in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis and Population Attributable Fraction.

@article{Kozuki2015ShortMS,
  title={Short Maternal Stature Increases Risk of Small-for-Gestational-Age and Preterm Births in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis and Population Attributable Fraction.},
  author={Naoko Kozuki and Joanne Katz and Anne Shee Cc Lee and Joshua P Vogel and Mari{\^a}ngela Freitas da Silveira and Ayesha Sania and Gretchen Anna Stevens and Simon Nicholas Cousens and Laura Caulfield and Parul Christian and Lieven Huybregts and Dominique Albert Roberfroid and Christentze Schmiegelow and Linda S. Adair and Fernando C Barros and Melanie J Cowan and Wafaie Wahib Fawzi and Patrick Kolsteren and Mario Merialdi and Aroonsri Mongkolchati and Naomi M. Saville and C{\'e}sar Gomes Victora and Zulfiqar A Bhutta and Hannah Blencowe and Majid Ezzati and Joy E. Lawn and Robert E. Black},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2015},
  volume={145 11},
  pages={2542-50}
}
BACKGROUND Small-for-gestational-age (SGA) and preterm births are associated with adverse health consequences, including neonatal and infant mortality, childhood undernutrition, and adulthood chronic disease. OBJECTIVES The specific aims of this study were to estimate the association between short maternal stature and outcomes of SGA alone, preterm birth alone, or both, and to calculate the population attributable fraction of SGA and preterm birth associated with short maternal stature… CONTINUE READING
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