Inter-pregnancy Weight Change and Risks of Severe Birth-Asphyxia-Related Outcomes in Singleton Infants Born at Term: A Nationwide Swedish Cohort Study

Using data from the Swedish Medical Birth Register, Martina Persson and colleagues examine the associations between inter-pregnancy weight change and risks of severe birth asphyxia-related outcomes in singleton infants born at term.

Vyšlo v časopise: Inter-pregnancy Weight Change and Risks of Severe Birth-Asphyxia-Related Outcomes in Singleton Infants Born at Term: A Nationwide Swedish Cohort Study. PLoS Med 13(6): e32767. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1002033
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Using data from the Swedish Medical Birth Register, Martina Persson and colleagues examine the associations between inter-pregnancy weight change and risks of severe birth asphyxia-related outcomes in singleton infants born at term.


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