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Latest Premature rupture of membranes Stories

2015-03-30 23:02:49

The Mirena Lawsuit Alleges Contraceptive Device Was Defective in Design and Unreasonably Dangerous When it Was Inserted into Plaintiff’s Uterus, Resulting in Intrauterine Infection that Led

2014-05-13 16:11:38

A new study by researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is the first to show that premature aging of the placenta due to oxidative stress is the cause of many preterm births.

2013-08-21 10:47:14

Early-onset neonatal infection, defined as infection in the first 7 days of life, is associated with maternal infection and colonization.

2011-02-11 13:21:10

Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have found that excessive formation of calcium crystal deposits in the amniotic fluid may be a reason why some pregnant women suffer preterm premature rupture of the membranes (PPROM) leading to preterm delivery.

2007-09-20 06:00:00

By Getahun, Darios Ananth, Cande V; Oyelese, Yinka; Peltier, Morgan R; Et al Abstract Objective. To examine whether acute and chronic respiratory diseases are associated with an increased risk of spontaneous premature rupture of the membranes (PROM). Methods.

2007-06-07 06:00:14

By Skrablin, Snjezana; Lovric, Helena; Banovic, Vladimir; Kralik, Saska; Et al Abstract Objective.


Latest Premature rupture of membranes Reference Libraries

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2011-04-28 17:02:45

Labor Induction is a process of giving an artificial start to birth with medical intervention or other methods. When an induction is not performed for emergency or other medical reasons, the method is considered an elective process. The decision to induce labor has increased in recent years due to its convenience or because it easily accommodates busy schedules. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, however, say that labor should only be induced when it is more risky...

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