Disease surveillance (epidemiology of disease, characteristics/outcomes of patients with disease x)

Increased risk of morbidities and health-care utilisation in children born following preterm labour compared with full-term labour: A population-based study

AIM: Recent evidence is emerging indicating long-term effects in infants born after an episode of preterm labour (PTL), even if birth is at term. This population-based study compared long-term rates of outcomes and health-care utilisation (HCU) inhildren born following spontaneous preterm labour, irrespective of gestational age at delivery or of an uncomplicated pregnancy (SPTLu), with children born following full-term labour (FTL), overall stratified by comorbidity status and assessed using a composite morbidity measure (CM)

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