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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 124
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2016Population-Based Study of Sleep Apnea in Pregnancy and Maternal and Infant OutcomesBin, Yu Sun; Cistulli, Peter A.; Ford, Jane B.
2017Long-term childhood outcomes of breech presentation by intended mode of delivery: a population record linkage studyBin, Yu Sun; Ford, Jane B.; Nicholl, Michael C.; Roberts, Christine L.
2016Outcomes of breech birth by mode of delivery: a population linkage studyBin, Yu Sun; Roberts, Christine L.; Ford, Jane B.; Nicholl, Michael C.
22-Aug-2017Preconception Care - Issues PaperLum, Margaret N.; Todd, Angela L.
17-Aug-2017Association of maternal tocolysis or antenatal corticosteroids with cerebral palsy: a study protocolAlgert, Charles S.; Roberts, Christine L.; Morris, Jonathan M.; Kenyon, Sara; Brocklehurst, Peter
2016Contribution of Changing Risk Factors to the Trend in Breech Presentation at TermBin, Yu Sun; Roberts, Christine L.; Nicholl, Michael C.; Nassar, Natasha; Ford, Jane B.
20-Jul-2017Postnatal care utilization by Vietnamese womenTrinh, Anh T.; Nippita, Tanya A.; Dien, Trang N.; Roberts, Christine L.
2016Intravenous iron: barriers and facilitators to its use at nine maternity hospitals in New South Wales, AustraliaMayson, Eleni; Ampt, Amanda J.; Shand, Antonia W.; Ford, Jane B.
2016Prevalence of noncaesarean uterine surgical scars in a maternity populationNippita, Tanya A.; Schemann, Kathrin; Roberts, Christine L.
2015Increased planned delivery contributes to declining rates of pregnancy hypertension in Australia: a population-based record linkage studyRoberts, Christine L.; Algert, Charles S.; Morris, Jonathan M.; Ford, Jane B.
2015International caesarean section rates – the rising tideRoberts, Christine L.; Nippita, Tanya A.
2015Prevalence, repairs and complications of hypospadias: an Australian population-based studySchneuer, Francisco J.; Holland, Andrew J.A.; Pereira, Gavin; Bower, Carol; Nassar, Natasha
2016Variation in and factors associated with timing of low risk, pre-labour repeat caesarean sections in NSW, 2008-2011Schemann, Kathrin; Patterson, Jillian A.; Nippita, Tanya A.; Ford, Jane B.; Matha, Deborah; Roberts, Christine L.
2016Dietary vitamin, mineral and herbal supplement use: a cross-sectional survey of before and during pregnancy use in Sydney, Australia.Shand, Antonia W.; Walls, Mariyam; Chatterjee, Rahul; Nassar, Natasha; Khambalia, Amina Z.
2015Evaluation of first trimester serum soluble endothelial cell-specific tyrosine kinase receptor in normal and affected pregnanciesSchneuer, Francisco J.; Nassar, Natasha; Guilbert, Cyrille; Tasevski, Vitomir; Ashton, Anthony W.; Morris, Jonathan M.; Roberts, Christine L.
2015Hospitalisations from one to six years of age: Effects of Gestational Age and Severe Neonatal MorbidityStephens, Alexandre S.; Lain, Samantha J.; Roberts, Chrisitne L.; Bowen, Jennifer R.; Simpson, Judy M.; Nassar, Natasha
2015Delivery of a Small-For-Gestational-Age Infant and Risk of Maternal Cardiovascular Disease – A Population-Based Record Linkage StudyNgo, Anh D.; Roberts, Christine L.; Chen, Jian Sheng; Figtree, Gemma
2016Iron supplement use in pregnancy – are the right women taking the right amount?Chatterjee, Rahul; Shand, Antonia W.; Nassar, Natasha; Walls, Mariyam; Khambalia, Amina Z.
2015Esophageal atresia and tracheo-esophageal fistula in Western Australia: prevelence and trendsLeoncini, Emanuele; Bower, Carol; Nassar, Natasha
2015Pregnancy outcomes for women with rare autoimmune diseasesChen, Jian Sheng; Roberts, Christine L.; Simpson, Judy M.; March, Lyn M.
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