Shoulder dystocia (SD) is a rare obstetrical complication but linked with a high perinatal morbidity and mortality rate. SD has been associated to a series of maternal and fetal risk factors due to a multifactorial etiology. This study analyzes the incidence of SD, its morbidity and associated risk factors.

Marinetti, E., Zanini, A., Caglioni, P., Limona Ghezzi, G., Bellini, P., Doria, V., et al. (2000). Risk factors and neonatal outcomes in shoulder dystocia. MINERVA GINECOLOGICA, 52(3), 63-68.

Risk factors and neonatal outcomes in shoulder dystocia

LOCATELLI, ANNA
2000

Abstract

Shoulder dystocia (SD) is a rare obstetrical complication but linked with a high perinatal morbidity and mortality rate. SD has been associated to a series of maternal and fetal risk factors due to a multifactorial etiology. This study analyzes the incidence of SD, its morbidity and associated risk factors.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
Dystocia; Risk Factors; Humans; Retrospective Studies; Infant, Newborn; Algorithms; Incidence; Female; Pregnancy
Italian
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Marinetti, E., Zanini, A., Caglioni, P., Limona Ghezzi, G., Bellini, P., Doria, V., et al. (2000). Risk factors and neonatal outcomes in shoulder dystocia. MINERVA GINECOLOGICA, 52(3), 63-68.
Marinetti, E; Zanini, A; Caglioni, P; Limona Ghezzi, G; Bellini, P; Doria, V; Locatelli, A
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