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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 117, Number 13, December 2010

Editor’s Choice
pp. i-ii(2)
Author: Steer, Philip

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Quality improvement demands quality measurement
pp. 1571-1574(4)
Authors: Draycott, T; Sibanda, T; Laxton, C; Winter, C; Mahmood, T; Fox, R

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An economic analysis of induction of labour and expectant monitoring in women with gestational hypertension or pre-eclampsia at term (HYPITAT trial)
pp. 1577-1585(9)
Authors: Vijgen, SMC; Koopmans, CM; Opmeer, BC; Groen, H; Bijlenga, D; Aarnoudse, JG; Bekedam, DJ; van den Berg, PP; de Boer, K; Burggraaff, JM; Bloemenkamp, KWM; Drogtrop, AP; Franx, A; de Groot, CJM; Huisjes, AJM; Kwee, A; van Loon, AJ; Lub, A; Papatsonis, DNM; van der Post, JAM; Roumen, FJME; Scheepers, HCJ; Stigter, RH; Willekes, C; Mol, BWJ; Van Pampus, MG

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Maternal morbidity and near miss in the community: findings from the 2006 Brazilian demographic health survey
pp. 1586-1592(7)
Authors: Souza, JP; Cecatti, JG; Parpinelli, MA; Sousa, MH; Lago, TG; Pacagnella, RC; Camargo, RS

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Maternal vitamin D status in pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes in a group at high risk for pre-eclampsia
pp. 1593-1598(6)
Authors: Shand, AW; Nassar, N; Von Dadelszen, P; Innis, SM; Green, TJ

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Risk factors for small-for-gestational-age infants by customised birthweight centiles: data from an international prospective cohort study
pp. 1599-1607(9)
Authors: McCowan, LME; Roberts, CT; Dekker, GA; Taylor, RS; Chan, EHY; Kenny, LC; Baker, PN; Moss-Morris, R; Chappell, LC; North, RA

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Cost-effectiveness of rapid tests and other existing strategies for screening and management of early-onset group B streptococcus during labour
pp. 1616-1627(12)
Authors: Kaambwa, B; Bryan, S; Gray, J; Milner, P; Daniels, J; Khan, KS; Roberts, TE

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Reduced placental prolyl hydroxylase 3 mRNA expression in pregnancies affected by fetal growth restriction
pp. 1635-1642(8)
Authors: Gourvas, V; Sifakis, S; Dalpa, E; Soulitzis, N; Koukoura, O; Spandidos, DA

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Developing a community-based maternal obesity intervention: a qualitative study of service providers’ views
pp. 1651-1655(5)
Authors: Oteng-Ntim, E; Pheasant, H; Khazaezadeh, N; Mohidden, A; Bewley, S; Wong, J; Oke, B

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24-hour rhythm to the onset of term and preterm labour in twin pregnancies
pp. 1656-1657(2)
Authors: Rabindran, R; Kanwar, S; Lindow, SW

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Timing of delivery for pregnancies with congenital diaphragmatic hernia
pp. 1658-1662(5)
Authors: Hutcheon, JA; Butler, B; Lisonkova, S; Marquette, GP; Mayer, C; Skoll, A; Joseph, KS

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The effects of uterine artery embolisation and surgical treatment on ovarian function in woman with uterine fibroids
pp. 1663-1664(2)
Authors: Khaund, A; Murray, LS; Moss, JG; Cooper, K; Lumsden, MA

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Cardiac arrest in pregnancy: increasing use of perimortem caesarean section due to emergency skills training?
pp. 1664-1665(2)
Authors: Vencken, PMLH; van Hooff, MHA; van der Weiden, RMF

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Carbetocin versus oxytocin for the prevention of postpartum haemorrhage following caesarean section: the results of a double-blind randomised trial
pp. 1665-1666(2)
Authors: Attilakos, G; Psaroudakis, D; Ash, J; Buchanan, R; Winter, C; Donald, F; Hunt, L P; Draycott, T

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What’s new in the other journals?
pp. 1667-1668(2)
Author: Kent, Athol

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Women’s health—what’s new worldwide
pp. 1669-1671(3)
Authors: Kirtley, Shona; Kemp, Bryn; Kennedy, Stephen

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Erratum
pp. 1672-1672(1)

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