Multicourse antenatal corticosteroids may not have lasting impact

04/17/2013 | Ob.Gyn. News online

Giving pregnant women at risk for premature birth more than one course of antenatal corticosteroids did not raise or reduce the likelihood of child death or neurodevelopment problems by age 5, a study found. The findings, based on data from 1,724 pregnant women, were presented at the Pregnancy Meeting.

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