A new study explored whether there is higher risk of very preterm birth (< 32 weeks’ gestation) in thyroid peroxidase antibody (TPOAb)-positive women compared to TPOAb-negative women.
Combined rescue therapy with vaginal progesterone, cervical cerclage and the Arabin cervical pessary may have potential in pregnant women with a short cervical length and a high background risk for preterm delivery, according to new research.
New research explored whether umbilical cord milking in preterm infants improves functional cardiac outcomes, neonatal morbidity or mortality.
A recent review examined how effective pregnancy support programs are in reducing low birthweight or preterm birth prevalence.
A systematic review and meta-analysis by UK authors sheds new light on social outcomes in adults who were born preterm or at LBW.
For a patient with a short cervix, you may want to consider using a pessary during her pregnancy.
Although two tocolytic agents have been used as monotherapies to prevent PTB, a recent study found they were more effective in combination.
A recent study aimed to quantify the reduction in PTB risk when expectant mothers who smoke are able to quit.
A retrospective study compared several obstetric and neonatal outcomes of women with PPROM to determine whether outpatient or hospitalization should be the standard of care.
The much-anticipated results of an injectable progestin clinical trial did not align with previous research.