Babies born at 22, 23 weeks living only days longer despite treatment advances, study finds. Survival rates of very preterm babies in England have not improved over the past 15 years despite an increase in how long they receive active treatment, a new study shows.
Researchers analyzed the cases of 229 babies born after 22 or 23 weeks of pregnancy, which is considered to be at the "margins of viability," according to the study authors. The babies were born in northern England between 1993 and 2007. Read More ...
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