Prospective and retrospective examination of an easily applicable score to predict the probability of premature birth defined by weight

Prospective and retrospective examination of an easily applicable score to predict the... Thalhammer et al., Score to predict the risk of prematurity J. Perinat. Med. 4(1976) 38 Prospective and retrospective examination of an easily applicable score to predict the probabüity of premature birth defined by weight O. Thalhammer, H. C o radeil o, A. Pollak, Susanne Scheibenreiter, G. Simbruner Dept. of Neonatology and Congenital Disorders, Univ. Childrens' Hospital Vienna, Austria x ln the past it has been recognized that a great Curriculum vitae riumber of circumstances and events before and during pregnancy are significantly correlated with OTTO THALHAMMER was prematurity (defined by weight). These circum- born 1922 in Carynthia, Austria, studied in Vienna stances and events can therefore be designated äs and obtained his MD there etiological factors. Since the frequency, i.e. the 1947. Workingat University risk of prematurity increases with the number of Childrens' Hospital Vienna he became docent 1957 etiological factors operating during pregnancy [1] and Assistant Professor elimination of some factors by preventive measures 1963. Now he is head of should decrease the risk even in the presence of the Dept. f. Neonatology at Univ. Childrens' Hospital others that cannot be prevented. To do so it is Vienna. His main scientific necessary to identify high risk pregnäncies http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Perinatal Medicine de Gruyter

Prospective and retrospective examination of an easily applicable score to predict the probability of premature birth defined by weight

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de Gruyter
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Copyright © 2009 Walter de Gruyter
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0300-5577
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1619-3997
DOI
10.1515/jpme.1976.4.1.38
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Thalhammer et al., Score to predict the risk of prematurity J. Perinat. Med. 4(1976) 38 Prospective and retrospective examination of an easily applicable score to predict the probabüity of premature birth defined by weight O. Thalhammer, H. C o radeil o, A. Pollak, Susanne Scheibenreiter, G. Simbruner Dept. of Neonatology and Congenital Disorders, Univ. Childrens' Hospital Vienna, Austria x ln the past it has been recognized that a great Curriculum vitae riumber of circumstances and events before and during pregnancy are significantly correlated with OTTO THALHAMMER was prematurity (defined by weight). These circum- born 1922 in Carynthia, Austria, studied in Vienna stances and events can therefore be designated äs and obtained his MD there etiological factors. Since the frequency, i.e. the 1947. Workingat University risk of prematurity increases with the number of Childrens' Hospital Vienna he became docent 1957 etiological factors operating during pregnancy [1] and Assistant Professor elimination of some factors by preventive measures 1963. Now he is head of should decrease the risk even in the presence of the Dept. f. Neonatology at Univ. Childrens' Hospital others that cannot be prevented. To do so it is Vienna. His main scientific necessary to identify high risk pregnäncies

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Journal of Perinatal Medicinede Gruyter

Published: Jan 1, 1976

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