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Current implementation of universal cervical length screening for preterm birth prevention in the United States.
The effects on preterm birth rates of maternal 17-hydroxyprogesterone use, a preterm birth prevention strategy that increased during this period (6), were not examined and the effects of maternal age on spontaneous, medically indicated, early, or late preterm births were not assessed.
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Multicenter randomized, controlled trial of a preterm birth prevention program.
Working in partnership with existing teen parent programs in Hartford, the Hartford Action Plan has developed a new project to assure that research-tested repeat birth prevention services are provided to teen mothers.
The foundation's mission is better described as eugenicist, specifically focusing on birth prevention among non-white populations.
Popucrats and the press were able to portray only superstitious reactionaries straight out of the Middle Ages as fighting the self-evidently humane and necessary goal of tripling world government spending on birth prevention to $17 billion a year.
Strategies for preterm birth prevention have focused on two major areas: (1) early detection of preterm labor and prompt institution of tocolytic therapy, and (2) identification and modification of maternal risk factors associated with preterm birth.
Huntington's Sharon Speyer will lead the Toledo fundraising event's efforts to meet a $235,000 2013 local goal in support of premature birth prevention
Bowing to public pressure and following an unusual intervention by the Food and Drug Administration, KV Pharmaceuticals announced it has cut the list price of its new preterm birth prevention drug Makena (hydroxyprogesterone caproate) by 54%--from $1,500 to $690 per injection--effective immediately.
The survey also uncovered key challenges that health care providers face in addressing the topic of preterm birth with their patients, including time constraints, lack of preterm birth prevention options, and concern about causing undue fear or worry.
The March of Dimes Prematurity Prevention Trial was a five-center trial, funded by the March of Dimes and conducted between 1983 and 1986 to test the effect of risk screening and patient education on the prevention of premature births (The Collaborative Group on Preterm Birth Prevention 1993).
While it is convenient to discuss preterm labor and preterm birth as if the problem arises from a single cause, only when the heterogeneous nature of the problem is understood can the successes and failures observed in preterm birth prevention programs be placed in a proper perspective.
15 Preterm Birth Prevention in Asymptomatic and Symptomatic Women
The role of routine cervical length screening In selected high- and low-risk women for preterm birth prevention.