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A simplified method for diagnosis of gestational age in the newborn infant.
concept that conversion of T4 to T~ depends upon a 5'monodeiodinase enzyme system that is immature at birth? The 3,3'T2 is thought to be derived at least in part from the peripheral conversion of T~Expand
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Effects on fetal heart rate and fetal pO2 of oxygen administration to the mother.
Abstract In 21 full-term pregnant women during labor, the administration of oxygen to the mother caused a rise in fetal muscular pO 2 . Oxygen administration had no effect on normal fetal heart rate.Expand
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A quantitative study of the action of synthetic oxytocin on the pregnant human uterus.
The effect on uterine contractility of synthetic oxytocin given by continuous infusion at the rates of 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32 mU/mm. has been quantitatively studied on pregnant women. The record ofExpand
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The Bearing-down Efforts and their Effects on Fetal Heart Rate, Oxygenation and Acid Base Balance.
1. C l i n i c a l m a t e r i a l . The study was performed in 12 primigravidas, with uncomplicated pregnancies in which labor started spontaneously at term. Membranes ruptured spontaneously afterExpand
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The Influence of Maternal Bearing‐down Efforts during Second Stage on Fetal Well‐being
: Fetal heart rate patterns, and intrauterine and maternal blood pressures were recorded during various types of maternal bearing-down efforts. Bearing-down efforts which lasted more than 5 secondsExpand
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Relationship between blood pH and heart rate in the human fetus during labor.
Abstract In 9 labors at term pregnancy, fetal heart rate (FHR) and amniotic pressure were recorded electronically from the onset of labor until delivery. The actual pH was periodically determined inExpand
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OXYTOCIN-EQUIVALENT ACTIVITY IN THE PLASMA OF WOMEN IN LABOR AND DURING THE PUERPERIUM.
Abstract A method is described which permits the recovery and assay of physiological concentrations of oxytocin added to the plasma of pregnant women. By this method, an endogenous factor, similar toExpand
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Aortocaval compression by the uterus in late pregnancy. 3. Unreliability of the sphygmomanometric method in estimating uterine artery pressure.
Abstract In late pregnancy sphygmomanometry of the brachial artery does not give a reliable estimate of the simultaneous pressure in the arteries which are distal to compression exerted on the aortaExpand
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[The normal and abnormal contractile waves of the uterus during labour].
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