Tag Archives: Obstetrics

Intensive care for the extremely preterm infant requires intensive care, and working with Obstetricians

Alleman BW, Bell EF, Li L, Dagle JM, Smith PB, Ambalavanan N, et al. Individual and Center-Level Factors Affecting Mortality Among Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants. Pediatrics. 2013. This paper from the NICHD network shows substantial variation in survival between … Continue reading

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Perinatal outcomes of IVF twins

Another post about twins and IVF. I’ll back off soon, I promise. A systematic review published just last year notes that the outcomes of twins conceived after IVF is worse than those who are conceived naturally. (Rossi AC, D’Addario V. … Continue reading

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When to deliver twins?

A new RCT from Australia randomized 235 mothers carrying twins to be either delivered at 37 weeks gestation, or allowed to continue for at least another week (Dodd J, Crowther C, Haslam R, Robinson J, for the Twins Timing of … Continue reading

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