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Change in paternity, risk of placental abruption and confounding by birth interval: A population-based prospective cohort study in Norway, 1967-2009
Objectives: We examined abruption risk in relation to change in paternity, and evaluated if birth interval confounds this association. Setting: Population-based study of singleton births in Norway between 1967 and ...
Healthcare databases in Europe for studying medicine use and safety during pregnancy
Purpose The aim of this study was to describe a number of electronic healthcare databases in Europe in terms of the population covered, the source of the data captured and the availability of data on key variables required ...
Improving information on maternal medication use by linking prescription data to congenital anomaly registers: a EUROmediCAT study
Introduction Research on associations between medication use during pregnancy and congenital anomalies is significative for assessing the safe use of a medicine in pregnancy. Congenital anomaly (CA) registries do not have ...
Placental abruption and long-term maternal cardiovascular disease mortality: a population-based registry study in Norway and Sweden
Women with preeclamptic pregnancies have increased long-term cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality. We explored this mortality risk among women with placental abruption, another placental pathology. We used linked Medical ...
Availability and access in modern obstetric care: a retrospective population-based study
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 2014)
Objective: To assess the availability of obstetric institutions, the risk of unplanned delivery outside an institution and maternal morbidity in a national setting in which the number of institutions declined from 95 ...