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Investigation of the association of Apgar score with maternal socio-economic and biological factors: an analysis of German perinatal statistics

By Sebastian Straube, Manfred Voigt, Gerhard Jorch, Ernst Hallier, Volker Briese and Ulrike Borchardt
Topics: Materno-Fetal Medicine
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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