A 36-year-old woman was admitted to the obstetric department because of possible premature labor of twins at 35 weeks. She had been treated by ritodrine hydrochloride, a tocolytic agent, for 1 week, and delivered healthy twins by cesarean operation. After the operation, she suddenly complained of dyspnea with associated hypoxemia and was admitted to our… (More)
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