Perinatal outcomes among immigrant mothers over two periods in a region of central Italy
- Single embryo transfer reduces the risk of perinatal mortality, a population study. Sullivan, Elizabeth A.; Wang, Yueping A.; Hayward, Irene; Chambers, Georgina M.; Illingworth, Peter; McBain, John; Norman, Robert J. // Human Reproduction;Dec2012, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p3609
STUDY QUESTION Do births following single embryo transfers (SET) have a reduced risk of perinatal mortality compared with those following double embryo transfers (DET)? SUMMARY ANSWER SET is associated with reduced risk of perinatal mortality compared with DET. WHAT IS KNOWN ALREADY Fetal,...
- Home births in England and Wales, 1979: perinatal mortality according to intended place of delivery. Campbell, Rona; Davies, Isobel MacDonalds; MacFarlane, Alison; Beral, Valerie // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);9/22/1984, Vol. 289 Issue 6447, p721
Examines the relation between the intended place of delivery among births at home and perinatal mortality. Association between home birth delivery but booked for hospital unit and perinatal delivery; Increase of perinatal mortality in nulliparous women; Suggestion for the low perinatal...
- Perinatal death associated with planned home birth in Australia: Population based study. Bastian, Hilda; Keirse, Marc J.N.C.; Lancaster, Paul A L // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);08/08/98, Vol. 317 Issue 7155, p384
Presents a study which assesses the risk of perinatal death in planned home births in Australia. Number of perinatal deaths which occurred; Reason Australian home births carried a high death rate; Methodology used to conduct the study; Discussion based on the conclusions of the study.
- Five year prospective survey of risk of booking for a home birth in Essex. Shearek, J.M.L. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);11/23/1985, Vol. 291 Issue 6507, p1478
Investigates the risk of booking for a home birth in Essex, England. Absence of perinatal death; Comparison between the patients booked for delivery at home and in hospitals.
- Ghostbelly: a memoir. Mander, Rosemary // AIMS Journal;2014, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p25
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- Variations in number of births and perinatal mortality by day of week in England and Wales. MacFarlane, Alison // British Medical Journal;12/16/1978, Vol. 2 Issue 6153, p1670
Examines the birth rate and perinatal mortality during 1970-76 in England and Wales. Total number of births and still births on each day; Pattern of births in relation to certain periods in a year; Comparison of birth rate variations of other countries.
- Push for hospital births was misguided. Motluk, Alison // New Scientist;5/11/96, Vol. 150 Issue 2029, p5
Cites medical statistician Alison Macfarlane and colleague Rona Campbell's study of deliveries registered as home births in England and Wales in 1979. Coincidental decline of stillbirths and deaths with the rise of hospital births; Government's misinterpretation of statistics to promote...
- Stillbirth among foreign-born women in Sweden. Ekéus, Cecilia; Cnattingius, Sven; Essén, Birgitta; Hjern, Anders // European Journal of Public Health;Dec2011, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p788
Background: The aims of this study were: (i) to investigate stillbirth risk in offspring to foreign-born women by region of birth; (ii) if disparities in risks can be explained by socio-economic factors, pregnancy complications or maternal morbidity; and (iii) if the risk varies by time since...
- An "American dilemma" in Scandinavian childbirth: unmet needs in healthcare? Högberg, Ulf // Scandinavian Journal of Public Health;Jan2004, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p75
Focuses on health care services for childbirth in Sweden. Perinatal death rate among immigrants in the country; Refugees' fear of childbirth; Challenges associated with maternity care for refugees; Ways by which racism and slavery has influenced public health in the country.