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A COMPARISON OF CENTRAL VENOUS PRESSURE CHANGES IN THE THIRD STAGE OF LABOUR FOLLOWING OXYTOCIC DRUGS AND DIAZEPAM
The changes in central venous pressure (CVP) in patients who received ergometrine, oxytocin, ergometrine with oxytocin (Syntometrine), or no oxytocic drug in the third stage of labour have beenExpand
Removal of extrauterine Saf-T-Coil through laparoscope.
The contraceptive history of a 20-year old nulliparous woman is described. Following usage of 2 different types of pills she had a Saf-T-Coil 33.6 inserted. The coil perforated the right uterineExpand
Pre-term labour
Pre-term delivery often results from uncomplicated spontaneous preterm labour and accounts for 30% of low birth weight babies. Prematurity is the principle cause of a quarter of perinatal deaths; itExpand
ELEVATED LEVELS OF MATERNAL PLASMA ALPHA‐FETOPROTEIN AFTER AMNIOCENTESIS
An elevation of maternal AFP levels was observed in 11 of 65 cases (17 per cent) after amniocentesis. It is suggested that blood samples in which AFP levels are to be measured should always beExpand
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PROGRAMME OF ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION BY DONOR SEMEN WITHIN THE NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE
A human semen bank has been established in Nottingham for artificial insemination using donor semen (AID). Frozen semen has been used for all inseminations. The introduction and organization of suchExpand
Social factors in patients for artificial insemination by donor (AID).
A programme of artificial insemination, using donor semen, within the NHS began in Nottingham in 1975. Since the inception of the programme all couples have been interviewed by a senior medicalExpand
Hazards of multiple caesarean sections.
Communication in hospital.
  • R. Ledward
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 12 August 1978
tensive drugs weight reduction contributes significantly to the improvement of blood pressure control. At the Third International Congress of Nutrition in 1954 in Amsterdam, about the time when theExpand
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