Risk factors for adverse perinatal outcomes in imprisoned pregnant women: a systematic review
Background: Imprisoned pregnant women constitute an important obstetric group about whom relatively little is known. This systematic review was conducted to identify the risk factors associated with adverse pregnancy outcome present in this group of women. Methods: The review was conducted according to a prespecified protocol. Studies of any design were included if they described information on any of the pre-specified risk factors. We calculated the results as summary percentages or odds rat...Expand abstract
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Citation: Knight, M. & Plugge, E. (2005). 'Risk factors for adverse perinatal outcomes in imprisoned pregnant women: a systematic review', BMC Public Health, 5:111. [Available at http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/5/111]