Weekly miscarriage rates in a community-based prospective cohort study in rural western Kenya

@inproceedings{Dellicour2016WeeklyMR,
  title={Weekly miscarriage rates in a community-based prospective cohort study in rural western Kenya},
  author={Stephanie Dellicour and George Aol and Peter O Ouma and Nicole Yan and Godfrey M. Bigogo and Mary J. Hamel and Deron C. Burton and Martina Oneko and Robert F. Breiman and Lawrence Slutsker and Daniel R Feikin and Simon Kariuki and Frank O. Odhiambo and Gregory S Calip and Andreas Stergachis and Kayla F. Laserson and Feiko O Ter Kuile and Meghna Desai},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2016}
}
OBJECTIVE Information on adverse pregnancy outcomes is important to monitor the impact of public health interventions. Miscarriage is a challenging end point to ascertain and there is scarce information on its rate in low-income countries. The objective was to estimate the background rate and cumulative probability of miscarriage in rural western Kenya. DESIGN This was a population-based prospective cohort. PARTICIPANTS AND SETTING Women of childbearing age were followed prospectively to… CONTINUE READING
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