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Research & Reviews  826 results

Fifteen years' experience with methylphenidate for attention-deficit disorder during pr...
General Hospital Psychiatry; Damer EA, Edens MA et. al.

Sep 11th, 2021 - Methylphenidate (MPD) is increasingly prescribed to fertile women with Attention-Deficit Disorder (AD(H)D), with or without hyperactivity, despite advice for discontinuation during pregnancy. Few studies report on results concerning safety after m...

The Surgical Apgar Score Predicts Postoperative Complications in Elderly Patients After...
The American Surgeon; Sugimoto A, Fukuoka T et. al.

Aug 17th, 2021 - The surgical Apgar score (SAS) has been validated as a risk assessment tool for postoperative complications. However, the utility of the SAS in elderly patients with colorectal cancer remains unclear. In this study, we evaluated the utility of the...

Effects of acute tocolysis using ritodrine hydrochloride on foetal heart rate patterns ...
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology : the Journal of Th... Murata T, Kyozuka H et. al.

Aug 17th, 2021 - No consistent recommendations concerning the preferred tocolytic agents for intrauterine foetal resuscitation are available. We evaluated the effects of acute tocolysis (AT) using ritodrine hydrochloride on foetal heart rate (FHR) patterns and neo...

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Guidelines  3 results

The Apgar Score.
Pediatrics ,

Sep 30th, 2015 - The Apgar score provides an accepted and convenient method for reporting the status of the newborn infant immediately after birth and the response to resuscitation if needed. The Apgar score alone cannot be considered as evidence of, or a conseque...

Management issues for women with epilepsy-Focus on pregnancy (an evidence-based review)...
Epilepsia Harden CL, Meador KJ et. al.

Jun 10th, 2009 - A committee assembled by the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) reassessed the evidence related to the care of women with epilepsy (WWE) during pregnancy, including antiepileptic drug (AED) teratogenicity and adverse perinatal outcomes. It is hig...

Practice parameter update: management issues for women with epilepsy--focus on pregnanc...
Neurology Harden CL, Meador KJ et. al.

Apr 29th, 2009 - To reassess the evidence for management issues related to the care of women with epilepsy (WWE) during pregnancy. Systematic review of relevant articles published between January 1985 and June 2007. It is highly probable that intrauterine first-tr...

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News  40 results

Labor Induction at 41 Weeks Tied to Lower Morbidity, Mortality Than Expectant Management

Jan 13th, 2021 - (Reuters Health) - Inducing labor at 41 weeks may result in a lower risk of severe adverse perinatal and neonatal outcomes than expectant management until 42 weeks, a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials in PLOS Medici...

No Evidence of Intrauterine Vertical Transmission of 2019 Coronavirus Disease

Feb 26th, 2020 - NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - There has been no evidence of intrauterine transmission of 2019 novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) infection from mother to fetus, according to a retrospective review. Previous reports have found little evidence of vertical...

Cord Blood Test May Flag Neonatal Hypoxia Risk

Jan 8th, 2019 - MicroRNA in umbilical cord blood may signal risk for imminent hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) in neonates, offering potential advantages over current diagnostic methods, new research suggests. In a study of 160 full-term infants, two specifi...

Toxicology reveals worse maternal and fetal outcomes with teen marijuana use
MDedge ObGyn;

Mar 9th, 2018 - The study’s primary outcome was a composite of adverse pregnancy outcomes, including stillbirth, defined as Apgar score of 0; any hypertensive disorder of pregnancy, including gestational hypertension, preeclampsia, eclampsia, and HELLP syndrome (.

No clear winner in Pfannenstiel vs. vertical incision for high BMI cesareans
MDedge ObGyn;

Mar 8th, 2018 - The study’s primary outcome measure was a composite of wound complications seen within 6 weeks of delivery, including surgical site infection, whether superficial, deep, or involving an organ or tissue space; cellulitis; seroma or hematoma; and wo.

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