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Grandmultiparae in a modern setting
Objective To compare the incidence of antenatal and intrapartum complications and neonatal outcomes among women who had previously delivered five or more times (grandmultiparous) with that ofExpand
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Effect of early tranexamic acid administration on mortality, hysterectomy, and other morbidities in women with post-partum haemorrhage (WOMAN): an international, randomised, double-blind,
  • Haleema Ian Bukola Rizwana Mohamed Adesina Zahida Hussein Shakur Roberts Fawole Chaudhri El-Sheikh Akintan Q, H. Shakur, +455 authors Gabriel Faye
  • Medicine
  • The Lancet
  • 27 May 2017
Summary Background Post-partum haemorrhage is the leading cause of maternal death worldwide. Early administration of tranexamic acid reduces deaths due to bleeding in trauma patients. We aimed toExpand
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Oxytocin versus no treatment or delayed treatment for slow progress in the first stage of spontaneous labour.
BACKGROUND Slow progress in the first stage of spontaneous labour is associated with an increased caesarean section rate and fetal and maternal morbidity. Oxytocin has long been advocated as aExpand
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Outcomes of labours augmented with oxytocin.
OBJECTIVE To highlight the differences in mode of delivery between women augmented with intravenous oxytocin because of failure to progress in labour with those who labour without the need forExpand
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Evaluating the intra- and interobserver reliability of three-dimensional ultrasound and power Doppler angiography (3D-PDA) for assessment of placental volume and vascularity in the second trimester
Three-dimensional (3-D) power Doppler angiography (3-D-PDA) allows visualisation of Doppler signals within the placenta and their quantification is possible by the generation of vascular indices byExpand
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Childbirth experience questionnaire: validating its use in the United Kingdom
BackgroundThe Childbirth Experience Questionnaire (CEQ) was developed in Sweden in 2010 and validated in 920 primiparous women. It has not been validated in the United Kingdom (UK).Measuring theExpand
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Expression of TASK and TREK, two-pore domain K+ channels, in human myometrium.
Two-pore domain K+ channels are an emerging family of K+ channels that may contribute to setting membrane potential in both electrically excitable and non-excitable cells and, as such, influenceExpand
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Routine symptom screening for postnatal urinary and anal incontinence in new mothers from a district
Parous middle-aged women present with urinary and faecal incontinence and childbirth trauma is thought to be a causal factor. Both symptoms are common after childbirth but usually go under-reported.Expand
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In vitro dual perfusion of human placental lobules as a flow phantom to investigate the relationship between fetoplacental flow and quantitative 3D power doppler angiography.
Flow phantoms have been used to investigate and quantify three-dimensional power Doppler data but this is the first study to use the in vitro, dual perfused, placental perfusion model. We used thisExpand
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Oxytocin versus no treatment or delayed treatment for slow progress in the first stage of spontaneous labour.
BACKGROUND Slow progress in the first stage of spontaneous labour is associated with an increased caesarean section rate and fetal and maternal morbidity. Oxytocin has long been advocated as aExpand
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