Preterm neonatal morbidity and mortality by gestational age: A contemporary cohort

Tracy A. Manuck, Madeline Murguia Rice, Jennifer L. Bailit, William A. Grobman, Uma M. Reddy, Ronald J. Wapner, John M. Thorp, Steve N. Caritis, Mona Prasad, Alan T.N. Tita, George R. Saade, Yoram Sorokin, Dwight J. Rouse, Sean C. Blackwell, Jorge E. Tolosa, M. Varner, K. Hill, A. Sowles, J. Postma, S. AlexanderG. Andersen, V. Scott, V. Morby, K. Jolley, J. Miller, B. Berg, M. Talucci, M. Zylfijaj, Z. Reid, R. Leed, J. Benson, S. Forester, C. Kitto, S. Davis, M. Falk, C. Perez, K. Dorman, J. Mitchell, E. Kaluta, K. Clark, K. Spicer, S. Timlin, K. Wilson, K. Leveno, L. Moseley, M. Santillan, J. Price, K. Buentipo, V. Bludau, T. Thomas, L. Fay, C. Melton, J. Kingsbery, R. Benezue, H. Simhan, M. Bickus, D. Fischer, T. Kamon, D. Deangelis, B. Mercer, C. Milluzzi, W. Dalton, T. Dotson, P. McDonald, C. Brezine, A. McGrail, C. Latimer, L. Guzzo, F. Johnson, L. Gerwig, S. Fyffe, D. Loux, S. Frantz, D. Cline, S. Wylie, J. Iams, M. Wallace, A. Northen, J. Grant, C. Colquitt, D. Rouse, W. Andrews, G. Mallett, M. Ramos-Brinson, A. Roy, L. Stein, P. Campbell, C. Collins, N. Jackson, M. Dinsmoor, J. Senka, K. Paychek, A. Peaceman, J. Moss, A. Salazar, A. Acosta, G. Hankins, N. Hauff, L. Palmer, P. Lockhart, D. Driscoll, L. Wynn, C. Sudz, D. Dengate, C. Girard, S. Field, P. Breault, F. Smith, N. Annunziata, D. Allard, J. Silva, M. Gamage, J. Hunt, J. Tillinghast, N. Corcoran, M. Jimenez, F. Ortiz, P. Givens, B. Rech, C. Moran, M. Hutchinson, Z. Spears, C. Carreno, B. Heaps, G. Zamora, J. Seguin, M. Rincon, J. Snyder, C. Farrar, E. Lairson, C. Bonino, W. Smith, K. Beach, S. Van Dyke, S. Butcher, E. Thom, Y. Zhao, P. McGee, V. Momirova, R. Palugod, B. Reamer, M. Larsen, T. Williams, T. Spangler, A. Lozitska, C. Spong, S. Tolivaisa, J. P. Vandorsten

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