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Labor and Delivery of Twin Pregnancies
Melka S, et al. Obstet Gynecol Clin North Am 2017 - Review. PMID 29078946
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Lyons J, et al. Obstet Gynecol 2015. PMID 26509196
Induction of labour vs. spontaneous vaginal delivery in twin pregnancy after 36 weeks of gestation.
Tavares MV, et al. J Obstet Gynaecol 2017. PMID 27925470
We found no statistical differences in patients with twin pregnancies who underwent labour induction and those with spontaneous labour regarding the history of previous caesarean delivery, parity, pregnancy achieved by assisted reproductive techniques (ART), chorionicity and cervical dilation at the admission as well as maternal and neonatal morbidity, and admission to the neonatal intensive care unit. ...
We found no statistical differences in patients with twin pregnancies who underwent labour induction and those with spontaneous labour regarding the history of previous caesarean delivery, parity, pregnancy achieved by assisted reproductive techniques (ART), chorionicity and cervical dilation …
Transabdominal ultrasound-guided multifetal pregnancy reduction in 10 cases of monkeys.
Zhuo Y, et al. Biol Reprod 2017. PMID 29069285
However, unwanted multiple pregnancy occurs frequently during the ICSI-ET in monkeys, most of which leads to miscarriages. To improve the birth rate of pregnancies and to safeguard health of host and baby monkeys, multifetal pregnancy reduction (MPR) is necessary. ...The aim of the reduction is to keep only one fetus, no matter twin or triplet pregnancy originally. Our results show that six cases of MPR were successful and all of them retained single fetus. ...
However, unwanted multiple pregnancy occurs frequently during the ICSI-ET in monkeys, most of which leads to miscarriages. To improve the birth rate of pregnancies and to safeguard health of host and baby monkeys, multifetal pregnancy reduction (MPR) is necessary. ...The aim of the red …
Intrinsic factors associated with pregnancy falls.
Wu X and Yeoh HT. Workplace Health Saf 2014. PMID 25207589
Approximately 25% to 27% of women sustain a fall during pregnancy, and falls are associated with serious injuries and can affect pregnancy outcomes. The objective of the current study was to identify intrinsic factors associated with pregnancy that may contribute to women's increased risk of falls. ...
Approximately 25% to 27% of women sustain a fall during pregnancy, and falls are associated with serious injuries and can affect pregnancy outcomes. The objective of the current study was to identify intrinsic factors associated with pregnancy that may contribute to women's incr …
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