Can the fetal fibronectin test be used by remote dwelling pregnant women to predict the onset of labour at term and delay transfer for birth in regional settings?

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Rumbold, Alice, Kruske, Sue, Boyle, Jacqueline, Weckert, Rosemary, Putland, Sally, Giles, Lynne, Barclay, Lesley and Kildea, Susan V.. (2013). Can the fetal fibronectin test be used by remote dwelling pregnant women to predict the onset of labour at term and delay transfer for birth in regional settings? Rural and Remote Health.
AuthorsRumbold, Alice, Kruske, Sue, Boyle, Jacqueline, Weckert, Rosemary, Putland, Sally, Giles, Lynne, Barclay, Lesley and Kildea, Susan V.
Year2013
JournalRural and Remote Health
ISSN1445-6354
Web address (URL)http://www.rrh.org.au/publishedarticles/article_print_2126.pdf
Page range2126
Research GroupSchool of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine
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