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Abbreviation : LBW
Long Form : low birth weight babies
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2020 Predictors of perinatal death in the presence of missing data: A birth registry-based study in northern Tanzania. ANC, CS, FCS, GEE, KCMC, PMR, PPH, PROM
2013 Shorter anogenital distance correlates with undescended testis: a detailed genital anthropometric analysis in human newborns. AGD, AGDi, MPW, SPL, UDT
2012 Progress in infant health in Okinawa, Japan. IMR, MCH, NMR
2012 What is driving the black-white difference in low birthweight in the US? SES
2011 Nerve growth factor, birth outcome and pre-eclampsia. NGF, NT, PE
2009 Birth weight and lung functions in male adolescents. FVC
2009 Malaria at parturition in Nigeria: current status and delivery outcome. ---
2007 Welfare state matters: a typological multilevel analysis of wealthy countries. IMR, OECD, UNCSD
2005 The nutritional status of women in the first trimester of pregnancy attending an inner-city antenatal department in the UK. ETKAC, Hb, RCF
10  2002 Hepatitis B vaccination in premature and low birth weight (LBW) babies. GA, HB, NICU
11  2002 Repeated pregnancies in patients with primary membranous glomerulonephritis. CS, FT, MGN, PM, PT
12  2001 Recent trend of increase in proportion of low birthweight infants in Japan. ---
13  2000 State of South Dakota's child: 1999. IMR
14  1993 Malaria chemosuppression in pregnancy. II. Its effect on maternal haemoglobin levels, placental malaria and birth weight. CQ, Hb, MG, PG, PROG
15  1992 Perinatal outcome of pregnancies complicated by vaginal bleeding. ---
16  1991 Low birth weight babies under village conditions: feeding pattern, growth and motor development. NBW
17  1989 Thigh circumference at birth as the best predictor of low birth weight babies. CC, HC, MAC, TC
18  1981 Criteria for selection of communities in poor rural areas with high risk of low weight babies. ---