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Progestogens to prevent preterm birth in twin pregnancies: an individual participant data meta-analysis of randomized trials

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  • Ewoud Schuit
  • Sarah Stock
  • Rolf H H Groenwold
  • Kimberly Maurel
  • C Andrew Combs
  • Thomas Garite
  • Cathy Y Spong
  • Elizabeth A Thom
  • Dwight J Rouse
  • Steve N Caritis
  • George R Saade
  • Julia M Zachary
  • Jane E Norman
  • Line Rode
  • Katharina Klein
  • Ann Tabor
  • Elçin Cetingöz
  • John C Morrison
  • Everett F Magann
  • Christian M Briery
  • Vicente Serra
  • Alfredo Perales
  • Juan Meseguer
  • Anwar H Nassar
  • Arianne C Lim
  • Karel G M Moons
  • Anneke Kwee
  • Ben Willem J Mol
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Preterm birth is the principal factor contributing to adverse outcomes in multiple pregnancies. Randomized controlled trials of progestogens to prevent preterm birth in twin pregnancies have shown no clear benefits. However, individual studies have not had sufficient power to evaluate potential benefits in women at particular high risk of early delivery (for example, women with a previous preterm birth or short cervix) or to determine adverse effects for rare outcomes such as intrauterine death.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftB M C Pregnancy and Childbirth
Vol/bind12
Sider (fra-til)13
ISSN1471-2393
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2012

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