Rebecca Fish
Boston Children's Hospital
SurgeryRespiratory distressRandomized controlled trialPhysical therapyPediatricsRespiratory failureResuscitationVaginal deliveryPlacental abruptionMEDLINEVaginal bleedingCracklesChest radiographComfort careAcademic institutionParental knowledgePreterm deliveryChart reviewPrimary outcomeOutpatient settingMedian timeGestationNeonatologyAnxietyMedicine
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Last. Qin Yao (Boston Children's Hospital)
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#1Rebecca Fish (Boston Children's Hospital)
#2Ashley Weber (UC: University of Cincinnati)H-Index: 6
Last. Kristin C. Voos (Boston Children's Hospital)H-Index: 1
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OBJECTIVES Determine if antenatal counseling delivered in the outpatient setting improves parental knowledge and satisfaction without contributing to anxiety. STUDY DESIGN Randomized control trial at a large academic institution. Mothers at risk for preterm delivery were enrolled following routine maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) visits and randomized to early antenatal counseling of prematurity or standard counseling by MFM providers. The primary outcome was parental knowledge of prematurity. Seco...
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#1Allison Osborne (Boston Children's Hospital)
#2Rebecca Fish (Boston Children's Hospital)
Last. Kristin C. Voos (Boston Children's Hospital)H-Index: 1
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OBJECTIVE The objective of this study is to determine the resuscitation choices at 22-24 weeks gestation, related to whether mothers received antenatal counseling and the timing relative to delivery. STUDY DESIGN A retrospective chart review was performed of infants inborn at 22-24 weeks, over a 5-year period. Infants were excluded if they had major birth defects, were still hospitalized, or the consult occurred before 22 weeks. RESULT Of 121 infants born at 220-246 weeks, 91 were born to mother...
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