Stockholm: Researchers have developed a new method to predict premature births, based on a new blood test that looks at two specific proteins, combined with an established ultrasound examination to measure the length of the cervix."Statistically, the method can predict with 75 to 80 percent accuracy if a woman will give birth early," said study author Panagiotis Tsiartas, specialist at the obstetrical and gynaecological clinic, Sahlgrenska University (of Gothenburg) Hospital.
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