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Does predelivery BMI really matter in pregnancy?
The aim of the study was to compare the perinatal outcome between the normal weight, overweight and obese pregnant women who delivered in the third-level center of reference. Moreover, the objective was to analyze the usefulness of predelivery body mass index (BMI) in prediction of preterm delivery, prolonged second stage of labor, instrumental vaginal delivery, cesarean section, fetal macrosomia, dystocia and newborn acidosis. The retrospective study included 2104 patients, divided into threedoi:10.5603/gp.a2022.0005 pmid:35325456 fatcat:fjcqa5q2mrcqbjmpa7nk2367ve