Christina F Dobson

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Birth outcomes of two groups of socially disadvantaged mothers at risk for adverse birth outcomes, one receiving prebirth assistance from a certified doula and the other representing a sample of birthing mothers who elected to not work with a doula, were compared. All of the mothers were participants in a prenatal health and childbirth education program.(More)
Acute liver failure (ALF) is the product of a rapid, overwhelming insult to the liver that destroys parenchymal function, resulting in a multisystem illness characterized by coagulopathy and encephalopathy. Viral infections and drug induced liver injury are the most common causes of ALF. The most common viral precipitants are the hepatotropic viruses,(More)
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