Labour Induction at 39 Weeks in Low-Risk Term Pregnancies and Risk of Perinatal Death

      Induction of labour (IOL) at 39-weeks has been associated with decreased risk of cesarean delivery. The study objective was to evaluate the effect of IOL at 39-weeks on perinatal death in low-risk pregnancies.
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