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Correction: Evidence-Based Neonatal Unit Practices and Determinants of Postnatal Corticosteroid-Use in Preterm Births below 30 Weeks GA in Europe. A Population-Based Cohort Study

  • Alexandra Nuytten,
  • Hélène Behal,
  • Alain Duhamel,
  • Pierre-Henri Jarreau,
  • Jan Mazela,
  • David Milligan,
  • Ludwig Gortner,
  • Aurélie Piedvache,
  • Jennifer Zeitlin,
  • Patrick Truffert,
  • On behalf of the EPICE (Effective Perinatal Intensive Care in Europe) Research Group

Correction: Evidence-Based Neonatal Unit Practices and Determinants of Postnatal Corticosteroid-Use in Preterm Births below 30 Weeks GA in Europe. A Population-Based Cohort Study

  • Alexandra Nuytten, 
  • Hélène Behal, 
  • Alain Duhamel, 
  • Pierre-Henri Jarreau, 
  • Jan Mazela, 
  • David Milligan, 
  • Ludwig Gortner, 
  • Aurélie Piedvache, 
  • Jennifer Zeitlin, 
  • Patrick Truffert
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Reference

  1. 1. Nuytten A, Behal H, Duhamel A, Jarreau P-H, Mazela J, Milligan D, et al. (2017) Evidence-Based Neonatal Unit Practices and Determinants of Postnatal Corticosteroid-Use in Preterm Births below 30 Weeks GA in Europe. A Population-Based Cohort Study. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0170234. pmid:28114369