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Maternal and perinatal outcomes and factors associated with twin pregnancies among preterm births: Evidence from the Brazilian Multicenter Study on Preterm Birth (EMIP).

OBJECTIVETo compare maternal and perinatal outcomes between twin and single preterm births (PTB) and associated factors. METHODSA cross-sectional multicenter study was conducted in Brazil with 4046 PTBs from April 2011 to July 2012. Causes of PTB, use of tocolytics, corticosteroids, and antibiotics... Full description

Journal Title: International journal of gynaecology and obstetrics: the official organ of the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics May 2020, Vol.149(2), pp.184-191
Main Author: Santana, Danielly S
Other Authors: Cecatti, Jose G , Surita, Fernanda G , Tedesco, Ricardo P , Passini, Renato , Souza, Renato T , Lajos, Giuliane J , Dias, Tabata Z , Nomura, Marcelo L , Rehder, Patricia M , Sousa, Maria H , Santana, Danielly S
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title: Maternal and perinatal outcomes and factors associated with twin pregnancies among preterm births: Evidence from the Brazilian Multicenter Study on Preterm Birth (EMIP).
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  • Santana, Danielly S
  • Cecatti, Jose G
  • Surita, Fernanda G
  • Tedesco, Ricardo P
  • Passini, Renato
  • Souza, Renato T
  • Lajos, Giuliane J
  • Dias, Tabata Z
  • Nomura, Marcelo L
  • Rehder, Patricia M
  • Sousa, Maria H
  • Santana, Danielly S
subjects:
  • Adolescent–Epidemiology
  • Adult–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Brazil–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Case-Control Studies–Epidemiology
  • Cesarean Section–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Child–Chemically Induced
  • Cross-Sectional Studies–Epidemiology
  • Female–Epidemiology
  • Humans–Epidemiology
  • Infant, Low Birth Weight–Epidemiology
  • Infant, Newborn–Epidemiology
  • Labor, Induced–Epidemiology
  • Maternal Age–Epidemiology
  • Pregnancy–Epidemiology
  • Pregnancy Outcome–Epidemiology
  • Pregnancy, Twin–Epidemiology
  • Premature Birth
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description: OBJECTIVETo compare maternal and perinatal outcomes between twin and single preterm births (PTB) and associated factors. METHODSA cross-sectional multicenter study was conducted in Brazil with 4046 PTBs from April 2011 to July 2012. Causes of PTB, use of tocolytics, corticosteroids, and antibiotics in twin and single pregnancies, and factors possibly associated with twinning were evaluated using χ2 tests. Maternal and perinatal outcomes were assessed with prevalence ratios (PR). RESULTSThe main cause of PTB in twin pregnancy was spontaneous onset of preterm labor. Tocolytics were more frequently used in twins (26.9% vs 20.2%). Factors associated with PTB in twins were: maternal age >25 years (62.3% vs 53.4%); interpregnancy interval >3 years (39.0% vs 33.4%); no history of PTB (87.4% vs 79.6%); no previous maternal conditions (78.0% vs 73.3%); no alcohol abuse (88.5% vs 84.3%); no drug addiction (97.5% vs 94.5%); and >6 prenatal visits (46.5% vs 37.6%). Twin pregnancies run a 46% higher...
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abstractOBJECTIVETo compare maternal and perinatal outcomes between twin and single preterm births (PTB) and associated factors. METHODSA cross-sectional multicenter study was conducted in Brazil with 4046 PTBs from April 2011 to July 2012. Causes of PTB, use of tocolytics, corticosteroids, and antibiotics in twin and single pregnancies, and factors possibly associated with twinning were evaluated using χ2 tests. Maternal and perinatal outcomes were assessed with prevalence ratios (PR). RESULTSThe main cause of PTB in twin pregnancy was spontaneous onset of preterm labor. Tocolytics were more frequently used in twins (26.9% vs 20.2%). Factors associated with PTB in twins were: maternal age >25 years (62.3% vs 53.4%); interpregnancy interval >3 years (39.0% vs 33.4%); no history of PTB (87.4% vs 79.6%); no previous maternal conditions (78.0% vs 73.3%); no alcohol abuse (88.5% vs 84.3%); no drug addiction (97.5% vs 94.5%); and >6 prenatal visits (46.5% vs 37.6%). Twin pregnancies run a 46% higher...
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