Racial and ethnic disparities in rates of potentially lifesaving care practices are decreasing over time

Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Network, a cohort study determined that racial and ethnic disparities in important care practices and outcomes—including antenatal corticosteroids, cesarean delivery, and late-onset sepsis—decreased over time in extremely preterm infants. The cohort study looked at more than 20,000 preterm infants from 25 academic medical centers born between […]

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