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The effect of selenium (Se) supplement on pregnancy was studied in 52 pregnant women with high risk factors of pregnancy induced hypertension (PIH). They were given natural Se dietetic liquid (100 micrograms/d) for 6-8 weeks during late pregnancy, and 48 controls were given placebo. They received similar routine prenatal care. The results revealed that Se(More)
This retrospective study was carried out on 78 women with gestational diabetes during Nov. 1982-Oct. 1991. The study indicates that treatment of gestational diabetes can reduce the occurrence of macrosomia. Macrosomia occurred in 19.35% of the insulin-treated group, 21.05% of the diet-treated group, and 50% of the untreated group. Neonatal morbidity was(More)
We studied the effect of selenium supplement on 52 pregnant women with high risk factors of pregnancy-induced hypertension (PIH) who were given the natural Se dietetic liquid (100 micrograms/day) for 6-8 weeks during late pregnancy and 48 controls. They were subjected to the same prenatal care. Se supplement on the pregnant women prevented or lowered the(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the imaging characteristics and clinical application value of gastric filling ultrasound combined with an intravenous contrast agent (double contrast ultrasonography, DCUS) in the diagnosis of advanced gastric carcinoma. PATIENTS AND METHODS Totally 48 patients with advanced gastric carcinoma were confirmed by endoscopic biopsy and(More)
Electron spin resonance (ESR) spectra of polycrystalline La(0.75)(Ca(x)Sr(1-x))(0.25)MnO(3) (x = 0, 0.45, 1) were studied within the temperature range 110 K≤T≤470 K. The temperature dependence of the ESR intensity for the samples is described by a thermally activated model in the paramagnetic regime. It is found that the activation energy in the(More)
Maternal and neonatal white blood cell counts, neonatal pharyngeal culture, and histologic examination of placenta were done in 55 term pregnancies with premature rupture of fetal membranes (PROM) and in 52 term pregnancies without PROM to study the correlation between placental inflammation and clinical outcome. The results were as follows: (1) A higher(More)
A prospective study on amniotic fluid C-peptide (AFCP) was made in 29 women with diabetic pregnancy and 23 non-diabetic control subjects. The mean concentrations of AFCP were found to be significantly higher in diabetic pregnancy than in non-diabetic pregnancy (P < 0.01) (diabetic group AFCP 1.89 +/- 1.53ng/ml; control group 0.88 +/- 0.51ng/ml). AFCP levels(More)
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