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The New England journal of medicine, ISSN 1533-4406, 10/2015, Volume 373, Issue 17, pp. 1607 - 1617
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The Lancet (British edition), ISSN 0140-6736, 2009, Volume 374, Issue 9694, pp. 979 - 988
Summary Background Robust evidence to direct management of pregnant women with mild hypertensive disease at term is scarce... 
Internal Medicine | Medicine, General & Internal | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | General & Internal Medicine | Science & Technology | Hypertension, Pregnancy-Induced - therapy | Maternal Mortality | Severity of Illness Index | Pre-Eclampsia - epidemiology | Humans | Netherlands - epidemiology | Abruptio Placentae - epidemiology | Logistic Models | Thromboembolism - epidemiology | Gestational Age | Eclampsia - epidemiology | Pregnancy Outcome - epidemiology | Patient Selection | HELLP Syndrome - epidemiology | Pregnancy | Fetal Monitoring - methods | Labor, Induced - methods | Postpartum Hemorrhage - epidemiology | Statistics, Nonparametric | Hypertension, Pregnancy-Induced - epidemiology | Adult | Female | Pre-Eclampsia - therapy | Pulmonary Edema - epidemiology | Complications and side effects | Care and treatment | Hypertension in pregnancy | Preeclampsia | Hypertension | Medical research | Womens health | Mortality | Clinical trials | Obstetrics | Heart | Neonates | Intensive care | Medical records | Gestation | Hemorrhage | Evidence-based medicine | Proteins | Randomization | Maternal mortality | Motivation | Masking | Blood pressure | Thromboembolism | Monitoring | Urine | Edema | Enzymes | Lung diseases | Fetuses | Pre-eclampsia | Patients | Disease control | Morbidity | Childbirth & labor | Robust control | Induced labor | Placenta | Diabetes | Health risk assessment | Proteinuria | Index Medicus | Abridged Index Medicus
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by Lawn, Joy E and Blencowe, Hannah and Waiswa, Peter and Amouzou, Agbessi and Mathers, Colin and Hogan, Dan and Flenady, Vicki and Frøen, J Frederik and Qureshi, Zeshan U and Calderwood, Claire and Shiekh, Suhail and Jassir, Fiorella Bianchi and You, Danzhen and McClure, Elizabeth M and Mathai, Matthews and Cousens, Simon and Kinney, Mary V and de Bernis, Luc and Heazell, Alexander and Leisher, Susannah Hopkins and Azad, Kishwar and Rahman, Anisur and El-Arifeen, Shams and Day, Louise T and Shah, Stacy L and Alam, Shafi and Wangdi, Sonam and Ilboudo, Tinga Fulbert and Zhu, Jun and Liang, Juan and Mu, Yi and Li, Xiaohong and Zhong, Nanbert and Kyprianou, Theopisti and Allvee, Kärt and Gissler, Mika and Zeitlin, Jennifer and Bah, Abdouli and Jawara, Lamin and Lack, Nicholas and de Maria Herandez, Flor and Shah More, Neena and Nair, Nirmala and Tripathy, Prasanta and Kumar, Rajesh and Newtonraj, Ariarathinam and Kaur, Manmeet and Gupta, Madhu and Varghese, Beena and Isakova, Jelena and Phiri, Tambosi and Hall, Jennifer A and Curteanu, Ala and Manandhar, Dharma and Hukkelhoven, Chantal and Dijs-Elsinga, Joyce and Klungsøyr, Kari and Poppe, Olva and Barros, Henrique and Correia, Sofi and Tsiklauri, Shorena and Cap, Jan and Podmanicka, Zuzana and Szamotulska, Katarzyna and Pattison, Robert and Hassan, Ahmed Ali and Musafi, Aimable and Kujala, Sanni and Bergstrom, Anna and Langhoff -Roos, Jens and Lundqvist, Ellen and Kadobera, Daniel and Costello, Anthony and Colbourn, Tim and Fottrell, Edward and Prost, Audrey and Osrin, David and King, Carina and Neuman, Melissa and Hirst, Jane and Rubayet, Sayed and Smith, Lucy and Manktelow, Bradley N and Draper, Elizabeth S and The Lancet Stillbirth Epidemiology investigator group and Lancet Ending Preventable Stillbirths Series study group and Lancet Ending Preventable Stillbir and Lancet Stillbirth Epidemiology Inv and Lancet Stillbirth Epidemiology investigator group
The Lancet (British edition), ISSN 0140-6736, 02/2016, Volume 387, Issue 10018, pp. 587 - 603
Summary An estimated 2·6 million third trimester stillbirths occurred in 2015 (uncertainty range 2·4–3·0 million). The number of stillbirths has reduced more... 
Internal Medicine | Medicine, General & Internal | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | General & Internal Medicine | Science & Technology | Congenital Abnormalities - epidemiology | Developing Countries - statistics & numerical data | Humans | Risk Factors | Obstetric Labor Complications - prevention & control | Preventive Health Services - organization & administration | Health Priorities | Developed Countries - statistics & numerical data | Pregnancy | Obstetric Labor Complications - epidemiology | Global Health - statistics & numerical data | Stillbirth - epidemiology | Female | Prenatal Care - organization & administration | Prenatal Care - standards | Infants (Newborn) | Genetic disorders | Child development | Growth | Patient outcomes | Fetus | Infants | Children | Health aspects | Risk factors | Mothers | Low income groups | Neonatal care | Maternal & child health | Womens health | Mortality | Stillbirth | Births | Neonates | Health facilities | Uncertainty | Sexually transmitted diseases--STD | Disease | Income | Classification systems | Maternal mortality | Syphilis | Age | Vector-borne diseases | Congenital diseases | Malaria | Nutrition | Fetuses | Abnormalities | Causation | Health care facilities | Risk analysis | Children & youth | Placenta | Accountability | Fatalities | Diabetes | Acceleration | Index Medicus | Abridged Index Medicus
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