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Editor—Randomised, placebo controlled trials of antenatal corticosteroid administration have not shown a significant reduction in the incidence of respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) in premature twins.1 Subsequent retrospective studies examining the effect of steroids on twin pregnancies have shown conflicting results.2 ,3
Further to our recent article,4 we have investigated the relation between respiratory distress and antenatal corticosteroid treatment in premature twins from the same historical cohort selected …