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Reproductive Outcomes

Araneta, Maria Rosario G. et al. Reproductive and Perinatal Outcomes Among Conceptions and Pregnancies During the Persian Gulf War. Naval Health Research Center. Purpose of this study is to identify Gulf War exposed pregnancies and characterize the reproductive and perinatal outcomes of such conceptions.

Bush, Ruth Ann et al. Naval Birth Defects Registry Feasibility Study, Naval Health Research Center. Summary of a pilot study on the development of a birth defects registry in order to identify common birth defects within a particular population.

Destiche, Daniel A. et al. Deterministic Linkage to Identify Births to Military Personnel, Using Hawaii Birth Certificate and Military Personnel Records. Naval Health Research Center. Study done to determine the need of linking multiple sets of data from the military to state health departments in order to maintain complete records and to help identify health outcomes of military personnel and their families.

Doyle, P. et al. Reproductive Hazards of the Gulf War. London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Study of the reproductive health of deployed UK Gulf War veterans and their children vs non-deployed UK Gulf War veterans and their children with regard to biases and other difficulties encountered in studies of reproductive hazards.

Gastanaga, Victor M. et al. Endogenous Predictors in Multiple Regression: Birthweight and Gestational Age Among Gulf War-Exposed Pregnancies. Naval Health Research Center. Study done to assess the incidence of low birthweight and pre-term deliveries among infants of Gulf War exposed pregnancies.

Kaiser, Kevin S. et al. A Comparison of Birth Defect Rates in Arizona Before the Persian Gulf War, 1989-1991. Naval Health Research Center. Study done on pre-war data of birth defect rates between military and civilian Arizona births.

Kamens, Deborah R. et al. The Gulf War Pregnancies Study. A Comparison Of Participation Between Study Cohorts. Naval Health Research Center. Study done to measure the prevalence of ectopic pregnancies, stillbirths, miscarriages, preterm delivery, low birth weight and intrauterine growth retardation in pregnancies conceived or gestating during the Gulf War deployment.

Sato, Paul A. et al. The National Study on Reproductive Outcomes, Initial Findings. Naval Health Research Center. Discusses a population-based survey of reproductive outcomes in both male and female military veterans.

Schlangen, Karen M. et al. Evaluating Birth Defects Among Infants Born to Persian Gulf War Veterans. Naval Health Research Center. Study in progress to measure the prevalence and types of major anomalies among infants born to Gulf War veterans and non-deployed veterans between January 1, 1989 and December 31, 1993 in six states.

Zau, Andrew C. et al. The National Study on Reproductive Outcomes. A Demographic Comparison of Survey Response Types. Naval Health Research Center. Discusses a mailed questionnaire survey done to determine the potential reproductive outcomes among US veterans of the Gulf War.

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