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outborn

(owt'born?)
A premature infant who is delivered at a health care facility and then transferred to a tertiary care medical center.
See: inborn
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There were more outborn infants, teenage mothers, and infants born to single mothers in the lowest income (Q1) group.
The overall distribution of inborn vs outborn VLBW patients did not change (P = .
During enhanced funding, there was an increase in the percentage of VLBW outborn patients in both nonwhite (P= .
A smaller proportion of patients with private funding and a larger proportion of patients with Medicaid funding were outborn (P= .
Since more Medicaid-funded patients were outborn, it would indicate the goal to move low-risk pregnancies outside the tertiary care setting was successful.
While the mortality for both inborn and outborn VLBW infants improved with time, a discrepancy of 40 deaths per 1,000 VLBW births remained during enhanced funding.