Obstetric Outcomes Associated with Maternal Syphilis Infection in U.S. Deliveries
ACOG ePoster. Hersh A. Apr 27, 2018; 211913; 4J
Alyssa Hersh
Alyssa Hersh
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Introduction: Syphilis infections affect millions of pregnant women worldwide every year. The recent epidemic in the United States necessitates further investigation into the adverse effects of syphilis infection during pregnancy. Our goal was to examine the association of maternal syphilis infection with adverse pregnancy outcomes.

Methods: This was a retrospective cohort study that included 10,483,736 women with singleton gestations delivering in the United States from 2011 through 2013. Simple proportions of obstetric complications were compared between pregnant women infected with syphilis and controls. Chi square tests and multivariable regression were used for statistical analysis, with p
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