Z Barłowska

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In the period od February-August 1995 fifty-two pregnant women treated for imminent premature deliveries were tested. Among 18 of them (34.6%) presence of chlamydial antibodies were found. The premature rupture of membranes occurred in 19.2% of women with positive Ch. trachomatis test results (p < 0.05).
Continuous, 12 hours-long cardiotocographic recordings preceding intrauterine death of fetus (in 29 week) with non immunological hydrops were analysed. The features of CTG recordings were: absence of short and long-term variability, absence of tachycardia, presence of late decelerations, and terminal bradycardia of short duration.
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