Perinatal outcomes among immigrant mothers over two periods in a region of central Italy
- Maternal Haemoglobin and Short-Term Neonatal Outcome in Preterm Neonates. Savajols, Elodie; Burguet, Antoine; Grimaldi, Marianne; Godoy, Florence; Sagot, Paul; Semama, Denis S. // PLoS ONE;Feb2014, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p1
Objective: To determine whether there is a significant association between maternal haemoglobin measured before delivery and short-term neonatal outcome in very preterm neonates. Study design: We included prospectively all live births occurring from 25 to 32+6 weeks of gestation in a tertiary...
- Is my baby healthy? Livermore, Beth // Shape;Aug95, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p30
Focuses on genetic testing, a procedure that can detect unborn babies' health conditions. Diseases or abnormalities that can be detected by the procedure; Factors to consider before undergoing genetic testing.
- Maternity and Neonatal Workforce Group Interim Report. Jowitt, Margaret // Midwifery Matters;Spring2003, Issue 96, p35
Presents the group interim report of Great Britain-based Maternity and Neonatal Workforce. Maternity services providing care and support for a predominantly healthy population; Recommendations for local health services.
- Seasonal influenza vaccine for mothers may prevent infant hospitalizations. // Infectious Disease News;Nov2009, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p32
The article reveals that infants born to mothers who were vaccinated against influenza experienced less hospitalization than infants born to unvaccinated mothers, according to a data presented at the 2009 Infectious Diseases Society of America Meeting.
- Pregnancy and the obesity epidemic. S. R. // Fit Pregnancy;Jun/Jul2012, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p26
The article reports that according to a study conducted by researchers, newborns whose mothers were obese before conceiving, are likely to be overweight.
- Breast is best. Burton, Alison // Nursery World (MA Education Limited);9/7/2015, Vol. 115 Issue 4377, p16
The article discusses the importance of breastfeeding, along with topics on the benefits of breastfeeding to both the infant and the mother, support needed by mothers who breastfeed, and the low breastfeeding rate at birth in Great Britain.
- More Midwives in Developing Countries Could Save Millions of Lives. Friedrich, M. J. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;7/16/2014, Vol. 312 Issue 3, p222
The article discusses the report "The State of the World's Midwifery 2014" which revealed that offering more support for midwifery services may help improve the health of mothers and their newborns in developing countries.
- POSSIBLE IMPLICATIONS OF PARENTAL OCCUPATION IN CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS GENESIS. Zavate, Livioara; Râjnoveanu, A.; Zavate, A.; Cocârlă, A. // Acta Medica Transilvanica;mar2012, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p214
The study represents an analysis of parental occupation in a group of 1460 children born with various birth defects in the NW and SW development regions in Romania. We have classified both parents into occupational groups, according to the National Classification of Economic Activities (NCEA)...
- State newborn screening program saves lives, costs. Auer, Tonie // Business Press;09/11/98, Vol. 11 Issue 19, p1
Focuses on the Texas Department of Health's newborn screening program. Abnormal health conditions commonly detected in newborns from the state's screening program; Advantages of the screening program for newborns and parents; Overview on the processes involved in the screening program.