W S Nijdam

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The validity of a questionnaire on medical drug use during pregnancy was tested against information collected 7 years previously (in 1983-1984) at the University Hospital of Nijmegen, the Netherlands. The study population consisted of women with high-risk pregnancies. The sensitivity for drug categories varied between 0% and 80%. The sensitivity was highest(More)
The use of medication during low-risk pregnancy was studied prospectively in a cohort of women supervised by specialist obstetricians at a university hospital (n = 332) and a cohort of women supervised by midwives in private practice (n = 250). More women under supervision of obstetricians/gynaecologists used medication (87.7%) than women supervised by(More)
The obstetrical policy during labor at two University clinics in Nottingham (United Kingdom) and Nijmegen (The Netherlands) was investigated prospectively and simultaneously during a period of three months (1984). At the University of Nijmegen the obstetrical population tended to be more 'pathologic', and less intervention during labor was observed for(More)
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