Kristin Novic

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Hereditary factor X deficiency represents an uncommon challenge in pregnancy. A 30-year-old primigravida affected by severe factor X deficiency was followed from 6 weeks of gestation until delivery. Factor X was provided prior to delivery for the first time in pregnancy via plasma exchange. The pregnancy and postpartum period were not complicated by(More)
Two cases of maternal vegetative state after motor vehicle accidents are presented. Aggressive support allowed the prolongation of both pregnancies into the third trimester without neonatal compromise. After initial medical stabilization in intensive care unit environments, both patients were treated in a labor and delivery setting with consultative(More)
Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS) has been related to unbalanced unidirectional arteriovenous anastomoses in the placenta of monochorionic diamniotic (DiMo) twin gestations. As maternal malnutrition accounting for hypoproteinemia and anemia has been detected in severe cases of TTTS, the purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of early diet(More)
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