Sharon Menard

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This systematic review of the literature reports studies published over the last five years (2008-2013) about interventions during labor and normal delivery. The points made concerning active management of labor, interventions aimed at improving maternal comfort, management of occiput posterior fetal presentations, management of second stage of labor and(More)
The presence of CA 125 was investigated in endometriotic tissue and endometrial mucosa using two different immunohistochemical methods, indirect immunofluorescence and the avidin-biotin immunoperoxidase technique. Neither of the methods revealed the antigen in the 12 endometriotic fragments studied. The endometrial mucosa both of patients with endometriosis(More)
UNLABELLED THEORY AND REALITY: Diabetes mellitus is known to be associated with excess cardiovascular risk. Prescription of antiplatelet agents such as acetylsalicylic acid would thus appear to be warranted. That is the theory, but the reality is much different. A review of the literature provides evidence on the use of acetylsalicylic acid for primary and(More)
BACKGROUND A 9-year-old, male castrate, Rhesus macaque was euthanized following a prolonged history of chronic renal failure. RESULTS Necropsy revealed a proliferative lesion within the right cardiac auricle composed of neoplastic epithelioid cells which infiltrated the myocardium and frequently exhibited intracytoplasmic luminae. Cells multifocally(More)
OBJECTIVES Identify the factors associated with caesarean delivery for unengaged fetal head beyond 3hours of passive second stage of labor, among primiparous patients. METHODS A case-control study conducted in level III universitary center between October 2012 and September 2015. Only primiparous at term, with a singleton, cephalic fetus and a passive(More)
OBJECTIVES To determine prevalence of short-term postpartum anal incontinence after obstetrical anal sphincter injury and prognostic factors. MATERIALS AND METHODS Retrospective study including every patient with an obstetrical anal sphincter injury between January 2006 and December 2012 in one tertiary maternity unit. Patients were interviewed and(More)
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