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A variety of transient focal neurological signs presenting at high altitude have been described without associated acute mountain sickness or other concurrent illness. We report a case series of transient global amnesia at high altitude. The term high-altitude global amnesia (HAGA) is introduced to indicate this condition, and the pathophysiology is(More)
INTRODUCTION A growing body of evidence shows that active management of the third stage of labor can reduce the incidence of maternal morbidity and mortality in the world. This section contains a variety of information and tools that may be useful for advocacy and education of health care providers and policy makers. ● Summary of the evidence base ● "Active(More)
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