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To evaluate the effect of disopyramide on uterine contractions during pregnancy, the drug was given for 48 hours to 10 women with indications for labor induction. Placebo was given to 10 other women with the same indications for induction. During the study period, regular uterine contractions occurred in 10 women in the study group, as compared with none in(More)
A serological test for chlamydial infection was administered to 281 Jerusalem women in order to determine the rate and influence of Chlamydia on pregnancy outcome. Serological indication of active infection was present in 7.8% of the tested women, while 15.3% were shown to be positive for Chlamydia. Among the ultraorthodox subpopulation of Mea Shearim,(More)
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