R Aguilera Pérez

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OBJECTIVE To determinate the effect of maternal heart disease on pregnancy outcome. METHODS We reviewed retrospectively 1169 pregnancies in 1093 women with heart disease. 53 women were assisted during 2 pregnancies, ten during 3 and one during 4 pregnancies. All the pregnancies were prenatal and labor assisted at the National Institute of Perinatology,(More)
With lifestyle changes in women, smoking and use of beverages with caffeine, and sedentarism increasing, so the risk factors for decalcification, increase; which is a public health problem by the higher incidence of osteoporotic fractures, as the age advances, specially in the postmenopause woman, which means a greater secondary morbidity-mortality; an(More)
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