2022
DOI: 10.1590/1413-81232022277.20932021
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Abstract: The aim of this study was to investigate the association of sociodemographic factors, lifestyle, maternal reproductive profile and prenatal and childbirth care with neonatal near miss (NNM) morbidity in four birth cohorts. This study involved four population-based birth cohorts: Ribeirão Preto (RP) and São Luís (SL) (2010), Pelotas 2004 (PEL04) and 2015 (PEL15). NNM was defined when one or more of the following conditions were present: birthweight <1,500 g, 5-minute Apgar score <7, gestational age <32… Show more

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“…Although the present results corroborate those of previous studies that did not find disparities in the frequency of NNM between different regions of Brazil [5], the factors associated with the occurrence of NNM can vary according to region [6,26]. Rocha et al (2022) showed that a low maternal educational level, living without a companion, gestational hypertension, smoking during pregnancy, and cesarean delivery were associated with NNM in RP but not in SL [27]. Thus, the particularities of each location tend to lead to the formation of NNM groups with different characteristics, a fact that would explain different outcomes in the developmental domains.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 91%
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“…Although the present results corroborate those of previous studies that did not find disparities in the frequency of NNM between different regions of Brazil [5], the factors associated with the occurrence of NNM can vary according to region [6,26]. Rocha et al (2022) showed that a low maternal educational level, living without a companion, gestational hypertension, smoking during pregnancy, and cesarean delivery were associated with NNM in RP but not in SL [27]. Thus, the particularities of each location tend to lead to the formation of NNM groups with different characteristics, a fact that would explain different outcomes in the developmental domains.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 91%
“…Exposure to alcohol and/or tobacco during pregnancy [28][29][30], cesarean delivery [27], high blood pressure [31], and gestational diabetes [32] are generally associated with long-term developmental delays [28]. Furthermore, cesarean delivery has been associated with changes in the intestinal microbiota, which plays an important role in child development and behavior [33][34][35].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%