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Lewkowitz AK, Rosenbloom JI, Keller M
Association between stillbirth >/=23 weeks gestation and acute psychiatric illness within 1 year of delivery.
This study analyzed whether women experiencing a stillbirth had a higher risk of psychiatric morbidity and/or substance misuse within 1 year of delivery compared to women having a live birth. Higher risk was found for both using data from the Florida State Inpatient and State Emergency Department databases from 2005-2014. Women with an ICD-9 classification of stillbirth at or greater than 23 weeks gestation were included. Emergency department encounters or admissions with a diagnosis code of a psychiatric disorder were used.
Citation: Lewkowitz AK, Rosenbloom JI, Keller M . Association between stillbirth >/=23 weeks gestation and acute psychiatric illness within 1 year of delivery. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2019 Nov;221(5):491.e1-91.e22. doi: 10.1016/j.ajog.2019.06.027..
Keywords: Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP), Maternal Care, Pregnancy, Behavioral Health, Women, Labor and Delivery