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This study introduces the prediction of normal pregnancy outcomes, as opposed to the prediction of adverse pregnancy outcomes.
In view of the modifiable factors that are associated with increased chances of uncomplicated pregnancy, there is a need for intervention studies on the subject.
Traditional approaches in research and obstetric care focus on identifying risk indicators for adverse pregnancy outcomes rather than the prediction of uncomplicated pregnancy. A focus on identifying indicators of uncomplicated pregnancy may help women and their healthcare providers to select appropriate antenatal care, for example change in lifestyle factors or intensified monitoring, thus reducing the risk of …
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