Improved Infant Outcomes with Group Prenatal Care in Puerto Rico.
Source J Obstet Gynaecol
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Objectives: To evaluate the impact of group prenatal care (
Methods: Mother's age, parity, risk factors, prenatal/delivery complications, infants' Gestational Age (GA), birth weight, Apgar scores, delivery route, indications for delivery, and use of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) were abstracted from charts of mothers who received group or traditional care at the University Hospital in San Juan, PR.
Results: More infants were born at term if the mothers received
Conclusions: We successfully implemented group prenatal care (
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Zorrilla, Carmen D; Sánchez, Isalis; Mosquera, Ana María; Sierra, Dianca; Pérez, Lyz Annette López; Rabionet, Silvia E.; and Rivera-Viñas, Juana, "Improved Infant Outcomes with Group Prenatal Care in Puerto Rico." (2017). Faculty Articles. 224.