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Pregnancy and the Ehlers–Danlos syndrome: a retrospective study in a Dutch population
Background. The study was carried out to assess the course and outcome of pregnancies in women with the Ehlers–Danlos syndrome, with the aim of developing guidelines for assessment of risk and…
Anal sphincter damage after vaginal delivery: functional outcome and risk factors for fecal incontinence
- J. D. de Leeuw, M. Vierhout, P. Struijk, W. Hop, H. Wallenburg
- MedicineActa obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica
- 1 September 2001
The role of anal sphincter damage following delivery in the development of anorectal complaints and urinary incontinence is assessed and obstetric factors associated with subsequent fecal incontinent are identified.
Risk factors for third degree perineal ruptures during delivery
- J. W. Leeuw, P. Struijk, M. Vierhout, H. Wallenburg
- MedicineBJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and…
- 1 April 2001
Research to determine risk factors for the occurrence of third degree perineal tears during vaginal delivery and to identify those who are at risk of having these tears.
Maximal aerobic exercise in pregnant women: heart rate, O2 consumption, CO2 production, and ventilation.
- F. Lotgering, M. V. van Doorn, P. Struijk, J. Pool, H. Wallenburg
- MedicineJournal of applied physiology
- 1 March 1991
Power showed a positive linear correlation with O2 availability during BE as well as TE, and the relationship was unaffected by pregnancy, suggesting that pregnancy affects maximal aerobic power.
Outcome After Transabdominal Cervicoisthmic Cerclage
- F. Lotgering, I. Gaugler-Senden, Sabine F Lotgering, H. Wallenburg
- MedicineObstetrics and gynecology
- 1 April 2006
In women with a classic history of cervical insufficiency and a traumatized cervix that precludes transvaginal cerclage, transabdominal cervicoisthmic cerclages is associated with successful outcome in the absence of procedure-related major complications.
LOW-DOSE ASPIRIN PREVENTS PREGNANCY-INDUCED HYPERTENSION AND PRE-ECLAMPSIA IN ANGIOTENSIN-SENSITIVE PRIMIGRAVIDAE
Maternal and perinatal outcome of temporizing management in 254 consecutive patients with severe pre-eclampsia remote from term.
Maternal and perinatal complications in triplet compared with twin pregnancy.
Respiratory and metabolic responses to endurance cycle exercise in pregnant and postpartum women.
- F. Lotgering, W. Spinnewijn, P. Struijk, F. Boomsma, H. Wallenburg
- MedicineInternational journal of sports medicine
- 1 April 1998
It is concluded that pregnant women are equally capable as are postpartum women to perform approximately 40 min of cycling at 70-75% VO2peak, and that the physiologic responses to endurance exercise are largely independent of gestation.