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HIV-1-infected women have a considerably increased risk of postoperative morbidity after caesarean sections. We showed that this risk was independent of current antiretroviral therapy.
PURPOSE Fetal weight is an important predictive parameter of neonatal morbidity and mortality. Precise estimation of fetal weight is therefore a valuable item of information for further prenatal and obstetric management. Many regression formulae for sonographic fetal weight estimation have been published during the last 30 years, which, unfortunately,… (More)
Clinical observations indicate that human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive women experience more postoperative problems than do HIV-negative women. To obtain a better estimate of the individual risk of postoperative morbidity among HIV-infected women, and to determine which procedures pose the greatest risk, we performed a retrospective case-control… (More)