Exposure to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields during pregnancy and the risk of spontaneous abortion: a case-control study.
Published in: J Res Health Sci 2013; 13 (2): 131-134
Aim of study (acc. to author)
Endpoint/type of risk estimation
Type of risk estimation:
(odds ratio (OR))
May - Dec 2012
- pregnant women at 14 weeks gestation who referred to the prenatal clinic of the same hospital
- pre-pregnancy BMI, relatives of the spouse, duration from last delivery, educational level, occupation, history of previous abortions or preterm labor
- case:control = 1:1
Statistical analysis method:
- history of abortion and relatives of the spouse
Conclusion (acc. to author)
Study funded by
Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
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