Emergency-Room Visits Among Infants Born to Mothers with Disabilities

Karen M Clements, Jianying Zhang, Linda M Long‐Bellil & Monika Mitra
Women with disabilities are increasingly likely to become pregnant and have children. As more disabled women become mothers, the need for providers to understand the health and healthcare needs of these women becomes more apparent. Studies have shown that the infants of women with chronic illnesses and physical, psychiatric, and intellectual disabilities have a higher likelihood of being preterm, being small for their gestational age (their age since conception, rather than birth), or having a...
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