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Prescription frequencies in the first trimester were compared for miconazole, clotrimazole, nystatin, candicidin, aminacrine compounds, and metronidazole before deliveries involving congenital anomalies versus those not linked to congenital anomalies. Prescriptions before spontaneous abortions were compared with those in the first trimester of deliveries(More)
The software complexity of MPSoCs is increasing dramatically, resulting in new design challenges, such as improving the system’s performance and programmability by porting parallel programming APIs. Such challenges impose more time and cost on the system’s software development. This leads to the adopting of virtual platform frameworks aimed at functional(More)
The use of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors as antihypertensives has increased rapidly since the introduction of captopril in 1981. Seven cases of neonatal renal failure have been reported in patients with exposure to angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors that continued to the time of delivery. Two cases resulted in death of the newborn; the(More)
Dysmorphism and mental retardation have been reported in 7 Swedish children born of mothers who had taken high doses of benzodiazepines regularly during pregnancy. To explore this association further, we examined benzodiazepine use during pregnancy in 104,000 women whose deliveries were registered by the US public health insurance system, Medicaid, during(More)
In April 1984, the US FDA was notified of an unusual clinical syndrome consisting of ascites, liver and renal failure, thrombocytopenia, and death among low birth weight infants exposed to an intravenous vitamin E preparation, E-Ferol. The product, which had not been tested for safety prior to marketing, was voluntarily withdrawn from the market in early(More)
  • Felipe Rosa
  • The Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
  • 1999
There is limited information on the effects of marketed drugs in pregnant women, largely because premarketing studies are not conducted in this population unless the agent is intended for specific use during pregnancy. Current information on the use of available medications during pregnancy includes 3 types of data: (1) case reports, (2) case-control(More)