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Year : 2005  |  Volume : 49  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 248-249

Work related physical exertion and spontaneous abortion


1 Demonstrator,Public Health Administration, AIIH&PH, Kolkata, India
2 Field Epidemiologist, Epidemiology, AIIH&PH, Kolkata, India
3 Professor, Public Health Administration, AIIH&PH, Kolkata, India

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B Banerjee
Demonstrator,Public Health Administration, AIIH&PH, Kolkata
India
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None


PMID: 16479911

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A retrospective cohort study was undertaken among 100 women workers of 35-40 years of age to elicit the risk of spontaneous abortion. Comparison was made with a matched control group of 100 non-working women. Employed women were found at increased risk of spontaneous abortion than the control group. The difference was found statistically significant at p<0.05, Odds ratio being 1.50 and AR% being 33.14. According to gravidity also, abortion was found to be significantly raised in working women after their joining service for first 3rd - 4th gravida. The risk then fell, to raise again for 8th or more gravida.


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