Lack of seat belt restraint use is associated with poor perinatal outcome after motor vehicle accidents during pregnancy.
Geographic location is a predictor of ovarian cancer mortality and is related to the likelihood of receiving guideline adherent care and hospital case volume.
Planned home births by midwives in the United States do not have low perinatal risks.
Primary human trophoblasts confer resistance to clinically relevant viruses linked to perinatal infections in nontrophoblast cells, but not to intracellular bacteria or parasites.
Erythromycin treatment fails to clear intrauterine Ureaplasma spp infection in an ovine model of pregnancy.
The Maternal Health Clinic targets patients with increased risk of cardiovascular disease following a pregnancy-related complication in order to provide postpartum cardiovascular risk assessment and follow-up.