Published in OBGYN and Reproduction Week, August 23rd, 2004
Researchers also found that delaying delivery did not change the overall death rate of these very premature babies.
Jim Thornton, of the University of Nottingham, U.K., and colleagues reported their findings in the August 7, 2004, issue of the Lancet.
Babies are usually delivered pre-term if they are failing to thrive in utero; however, no study has assessed the effect of altered delivery time on infant mortality or disability. The researchers compared the effect of delivering...
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