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Para poder estar preparados para la detección oportuna y el manejo adecuado de estas complicaciones, es importante tener presente todos los cambios fisiológicos del embarazo y además tener claridad sobre los factores de riesgo que pueden... Read more Inappropriate
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ABSTRACT ation, but reported equivalent pain intensity to women in the conventional analgesia group. Maternal and perinatal outcomes did not differ between groups (BJOG 2002;109:637). Skiland et al. randomized 210 healthy parturients in spontaneous active labor to either real acu- puncture (insertion of needles into recognized acupoints) or false acupuncture (insertion of nee- dles into points not on classical acupuncture me- www.obgynsurvey.com | 565 Birth 2009;36:5–12

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Eclampsia

The diagnosis and management of eclampsia will be reviewed here. Issues related to preeclampsia are discussed separately. (See "Pathogenesis of preeclampsia" and see "Clinical features, diagnosis, and long-term prognosis of preeclampsia" and see "Management of preeclampsia" and see "Prevention of preeclampsia"). PATHOGENESIS OF SEIZURES — The exact cause of seizures in women with eclampsia is not known. The following two hypotheses have been proposed [12]: Print | Back

Stillbirth Classification

VOL. 114, NO. 4, OCTOBER 2009 OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY 901 © 2009 by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. ISSN: 0029-7844/09 For a listing of workshop participants, see the Appendix online at https://links.lww.com/AOG/A127. Financial Disclosure The authors did not report any potential conflicts of interest. (Obstet Gynecol 2009;114:901–14) INFECTION 902 Reddy et al Stillbirth Classification of Cause of Death OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY

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Las mujeres embarazadas pueden presentar dos tipos característicos de hipertensión arterial: a) la hipertensión inducida por el embarazo, y b) la hipertensión independiente del embarazo y por lo común preexistente a éste. DEFINICIÓN El presente artículo es una actualización al mes de agosto del 2006 del Capítulo del Dr. Carlos Lovesio, del Libro Medicina Intensiva, Dr. Carlos Lovesio, Editorial El Ateneo, Buenos Aires (2001)

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Obstetrical management of pregnancy complicated by pregestational diabetes mellitus

Most issues related to the obstetrical management of a pregnant diabetic woman (type 1 or type 2) will be reviewed here. The obstetrical management of these pregnancies is largely based upon clinical experience, data from observational studies, and expert opinion [1,2]. There is virtually no evidence from randomized trials. Author Jeffrey L Ecker, MD Daniel Katz, MD FIRST TRIMESTER Deputy Editor Vanessa A Barss, MD Section Editor Michael F Greene, MD Print | Back 1 de 28

Presentacion Diabetes

Distribución de las calorías Años % CH % P % G Perspectiva histórica de las recomendaciones nutricionales en la Diabetes Mellitus. Adaptación de American Diabetes Association: (Clinical Practice Recommendations 1998) * basado en la valoración nutricional y en los objetivos de tto. ** menos del 10 % de las calorías deben de proceder de grasas saturadas.

Trauma in Pregnancy

matic injury, the risk to the mother and the fetus for morbidity and mortality is a potential conse- quence. The chance of major trauma occurring dur- © 2009 by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. ISSN: 0029-7844/09 Continuing medical education for this article is available at https://links.lww. com/A1266. Continuing medical education is available online at www.greenjournal.org (Obstet Gynecol 2009;114:147–60)

Clinical features, diagnosis, and long-term prognosis of pree..

Official reprint from UpToDate ® www.uptodate.com Chronic hypertension — Chronic hypertension (or preexisting hypertension) is defined as systolic pressure ?140 mmHg, diastolic pressure ?90 mmHg, or both, that antedates pregnancy, is present before the 20th week of pregnancy, or persists longer than 12 weeks postpartum. It can be primary (essential hypertension) or secondary to a variety of medical disorders. Print | Back

Oligohydramnios

A study of 3050 uncomplicated pregnancies with singleton non-anomalous fetuses between 40 and 41.6 weeks of gestation noted oligohydramnios (defined as AFI less than 5) in 11 percent [1]. The incidence is high in laboring women, largely due to rupture of fetal membranes during or just before labor [2-4]. The physiology of normal amniotic fluid production and volume regulation are discussed separately. (See "Physiology of amniotic fluid volume regulation"). Deputy Editor Vanessa A Barss, MD

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