Nidia Diego-Rodríguez

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BACKGROUND Neonatal sepsis is a worldwide public health issue in which, depending on the studied population, marked variations concerning its risk and prognostic factors have been reported. The aim of this study was to assess risk and prognostic factors for neonatal sepsis prevailing at a medical unit in southeastern Mexico. Thus, we used a historic cohort(More)
OBJECTIVE to assess the effect of pregnancy on systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) activity, and the obstetric/neonatal outcome. METHODS historic cohort including 24 female SLE patients who became pregnant. For every pregnant/puerperal period, the presence of lupus relapse, mean relapse, Mex-SLEDAI score and prednisone dose were compared. RESULTS higher(More)
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