International Journal of Pediatrics / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Clinical Study

A Population-Based Study of Meconium Aspiration Syndrome in Neonates Born between 37 and 43 Weeks of Gestation

Table 1

Odds ratios (95% CI; P value) of meconium-stained amniotic fluid (MSAF) and meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS) in neonates born between 38 and 43 WG compared to neonates born at 37 WG.

38 WG39 WG40 WG41 WG42 SA43 WG

MSAF1.11 [0.97, 1.28; ]1.94 [1.71, 2.20; ]3.22 [2.84, 3.63; ]4.08 [3.61, 4.62; ]4.96 [4.20, 5.87; ]5.29 [2.03, 13.8; ]

MAS0.89 [0.42, 1.90; ]0.96 [0.48, 1.93; ]2.10 [1.09, 4.03; ]2.25 [1.16, 4.38; ]3.97 [1.65, 9.55; ]27.3 [3.40, 220; ]

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