The implications of late-preterm birth for global child survival.

Abstract

This editorial discusses the implications of late-preterm birth for global child survival in the light of a research paper published in the same journal issue [Gouyon, J.; Vintejoux, A.; Sagot, P.; Burguet, A.; Quantin, C.; Ferdynus, C.: Neonatal outcome associated with singleton birth at 34-41 weeks of gestation. International Journal of Epidemiology (2010) 39 (3) 769-776; doi: 10.1093/ije/dyq037], and other published literature.

Citation

Osrin, D. The implications of late-preterm birth for global child survival. International Journal of Epidemiology (2010) 39 (3) 645-649. [DOI: 10.1093/ije/dyq096]

The implications of late-preterm birth for global child survival.

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