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GBS as a Cause of Preterm Labor & (P)Prom
Prenatal-onset GBS Sepsis is a Distinct Cause of Perinatal Mortality/Morbidity
Defining Prenatal-onset Group B Strep Disease
Perinatal Bereavement – Compassion Heals
Functional Connectedness of the Lower and Upper Reproductive Tracts
Recognition of Pathogenic Pathways to Intrauterine Infection: Keys to Identifying Testable Primary Prevention Strategies to Prevent Pregnancy-associated Group B Strep Infections
Puerperal infection associated with GBS carriage during pregnancy: A Logic model approach to prevention
Streptococcus agalactiae ST283 causing invasive sepsis in healthy adults is widespread in SE Asia
Genomic insights into a foodborne outbreak of Group B Streptococcus in Singaport and beyone
Serial Clustering of Late-Onset Group B Streptococcal Infections in the Neonatal Unit: A Genomic Re-evaluation of Causality
What Can We Currently Do to Help Prevent Prenatal-onset Group B Strep Disease?
Monitoring Fetal Movement in the 3rd Trimester
Revisiting Group B Strep symptomatic vaginitis (GBSSV)
Universal Utilization of Nurse Family Practitioner/Home Visitation Pregnancy Services to Optimize Preconception Through Early Childhood and Transgenerational Family Outcomes
Research Randomized Controlled Trial of Oral Probiotics for Primary Prevention of Antepartum GBS
A Logic Model-Inspired Review and Analysis of Alternative or Complimentary Approaches to Prevent Group B Streptococcal Colonization or Infection in Pregnancies at Birth
Delayed Acquisition of Rectovaginal GBS Coloniation: A Hidden Benefit of GBS Conjugate Vaccines
“Reduced Discomfort” Vaccination: Pain Prevention Strategies to Encourage Readiness for a Maternal Vaccine Against Group B Streptococcus
Assessing the Potential of GBS Maternal Immunisation in Preventing Maternal Infection and Foetal Harm
Logic Model-Based Failure Analysis of Intrapartum Antibiotic Prophylaxis to Prevent All Cases of Perinatal Group B Strep Disease
A Prospective Observational Study on causes of stillbirth in African women from South Africa
What Are the Best Ways to Establish Group B Strep as a Likely Cause of Perinatal Morbidity?
Post-Mortem Authorisation – Parent to Parent
Development of Putative Working Definitions of Prenatal-Onset Group B Strep Invasive Disease Using “Internet Commons” GBS Parent and Provider Sources
Should Written Consent Be Required Before Fetal Membrant Stripping Especially Among GBS Carriers?
Advocating For the Health of Your Baby? If not you, then who? (parts 1, 2, 3)
Provider Support in Subsequent Pregnancies After a GBS+ Birth
Making or Breaking a Marriage: Couple Communication at the Time of Loss and Over Time
Perinatal Grief and the Social World of Objects: (Re)Ordering the past, the present and the future
Internet Crowdsourced Parent-Suggested Research Agenda for the Prevention of Perinatal-Onset Group B Strep Disease
Primary and Secondary Prevention of Fetal Death Caused by Maternal Infection
Parallel Paths Needed to Maximize Group B Strep Disease Prevention for All Babies: A GBS Parent Organization Perspective

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