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Fungi: A Normal Content of Human Nasal Mucus
Background In recent studies, we showed that 91.3% of both CRS patients and healthy controls grew positive fungal cultures out of their nasal mucus, which therefore appears to be a common findingExpand
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RhD genotyping by quantitative fluorescent polymerase chain reaction: a new approach
Objective To develop a new method of RhD/d genotype determination using a quantitative fluorescent PCR (QF‐PCR) assay.
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Course of Maternal Serum Magnesium Levels in Low-Risk Gestations and in Preterm Labor and Delivery
Objectives: To describe the course of total and ionized magnesium and total calcium levels in maternal serum during low-risk pregnancies and to compare women who developed preterm labor and deliveryExpand
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Gestational diabetes: women’s concerns, mood state, quality of life and treatment satisfaction
Objective: The aim of this observational cohort study was to explore concerns, mood state, quality of life (QoL) and treatment satisfaction of women treated for gestational diabetes (GDM).Expand
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Efficacy of misoprostol in relation to uterine position in the treatment of early pregnancy failure
To evaluate the efficacy of misoprostol in the treatment of missed or incomplete abortion in relation to uterine position.
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Management of diabetes in pregnancy: comparison of guidelines with current practice at Austrian and Australian obstetric center.
AIM To compare Austrian and Australian national guidelines for gestational and pre-gestational diabetes and estimate the level to which physicians comply with their country's guidelines. METHODSExpand
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Short-term neonatal outcome in diabetic versus non-diabetic pregnancies complicated by non-reassuring foetal heart rate tracings
Abstract Objective: Analysis of the impact of non-reassuring foetal heart rate patterns (FHR) and suspected foetal distress during active labour on the neonatal outcome in diabetic compared toExpand
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Zwillingsschwangerschaft bei Uterus didelphys
A rare case of bilateral twin pregnancy in a uterus didelphys resulting in the delivery of two healthy children by Caesarean section at 37 weeks of gestation is described. The importance of thisExpand
[Diagnosis and treatment of gestational diabetes--the Graz model].
OBJECTIVE Despite the fact that gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is a common problem in pregnancy, a good proportion of cases of GDM is either not recognized or treated only inadequately. The mainExpand