Evaluation of the risk factors correlated with unfavourable neonatal outcome in a population of small-for-date newborns

S. Alberico, M. Gergolet, G. P. Maso, E. Marchesan, R. Pinzano, P. Bogatti, F. Uxa, U. De Vonderweid

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The Authors consider the correlation between risk of intrauterine growth retardation and neonatal outcome in a population of 296 small-for-date newborns. Only in 27% of cases was an etiological factor identified for such growth retardation. The intensive obstetric neonatal monitoring was able to reduce the incidence of fetal distress and perinatal mortality. The newborns showing the worst short- and long-term neonatal outcome were those with birthweight below the 5th percentile and with a proportionate relation between head circumference and birthweight.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)20-27
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of Foetal Medicine
Volume13
Issue number1-4
Publication statusPublished - 1993

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Fetal Mortality
Fetal Distress
Fetal Growth Retardation
Perinatal Mortality
Obstetrics
Head
Incidence
Growth
Population

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Alberico, S., Gergolet, M., Maso, G. P., Marchesan, E., Pinzano, R., Bogatti, P., ... De Vonderweid, U. (1993). Evaluation of the risk factors correlated with unfavourable neonatal outcome in a population of small-for-date newborns. Journal of Foetal Medicine, 13(1-4), 20-27.

Evaluation of the risk factors correlated with unfavourable neonatal outcome in a population of small-for-date newborns. / Alberico, S.; Gergolet, M.; Maso, G. P.; Marchesan, E.; Pinzano, R.; Bogatti, P.; Uxa, F.; De Vonderweid, U.

In: Journal of Foetal Medicine, Vol. 13, No. 1-4, 1993, p. 20-27.

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Alberico, S, Gergolet, M, Maso, GP, Marchesan, E, Pinzano, R, Bogatti, P, Uxa, F & De Vonderweid, U 1993, 'Evaluation of the risk factors correlated with unfavourable neonatal outcome in a population of small-for-date newborns', Journal of Foetal Medicine, vol. 13, no. 1-4, pp. 20-27.
Alberico, S. ; Gergolet, M. ; Maso, G. P. ; Marchesan, E. ; Pinzano, R. ; Bogatti, P. ; Uxa, F. ; De Vonderweid, U. / Evaluation of the risk factors correlated with unfavourable neonatal outcome in a population of small-for-date newborns. In: Journal of Foetal Medicine. 1993 ; Vol. 13, No. 1-4. pp. 20-27.
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