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Prevalence of Maternal Chronic Diseases During Pregnancy: A Nationwide Population Based Study From 1989 to 2013

Nielsen, J., Nielsen, R.G., Beck-Nielsen, S.S., Jølving, L.R., Nørgård, B.M., Kesmodel, U.S.
(Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2016;95(11):1295–1304) Maternal chronic disease has been found to have a negative impact on neonatal outcomes. These impacts can be caused by both the maternal disease process as well as by the treatments involved. Knowledge of the magnitude of this problem is limited to one American study in which women self-reported data. This population-based, nationwide Danish study aimed to explore the prevalence of maternal chronic diseases over time.
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