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Maternal serum human chorionic gonadotropin level at fifteen weeks is a predictor for preeclampsia.
Clinical equivalence of intranasal and oral 17beta-estradiol for postmenopausal symptoms.
Intranasal administration of 300 microg/d estradiol was at least as effective as oral administration of 2 mg/dEstradiol in alleviating postmenopausal symptoms, with less frequent mastalgia and uterine bleeding and without the metabolic consequences of the first-pass effect.
Oral contraception: patterns of non-compliance. The Coraliance study
Prescription of a continuous regimen without a treatment-free interval may improve compliance and patients on a discontinuous oral contraceptive regimen tended to miss a pill during the first week of treatment.
The Coraliance study: non-compliant behavior. Results after a 6-month follow-up of patients on oral contraceptives
The importance of the phenomenon of non-compliance rate is confirmed as well as women's difficulties in knowing how to maintain contraceptive safety, and the continuous cycle regimen is likely to improve women's compliance during the critical period of the cycle.
Efficacy of a Non-Hormonal Treatment, BRN-01, on Menopausal Hot Flashes
According to the results of this clinical trial, BRN-01 may be considered a new therapeutic option with a safe profile for hot flashes in menopausal women who do not want or are not able to take hormone replacement therapy or other recognized treatments for this indication.
The acceptability of a small intrauterine progestogen-releasing system for continuous combined hormone therapy in early postmenopausal women
This interim report of a 3-year study has confirmed that the menopausal levonorgestrel intrauterine system is easy to insert and is well tolerated by postmenopausal women.
Maternal and fetal concentration of morphine after intrathecal administration during labour.
The intrathecal (but not extradural) administration of morphine is effective and could provide an interesting alternative for pain relief in labour.