A case of hyperemesis gravidarum treated with artificial nutritional support.

Abstract

A case of severe hyperemesis gravidarum is described in which the parturient required nutritional support. Initially a trial of enteral feeding was attempted but was unsuccessful. Subsequent parenteral nutrition allowed the remainder of the pregnancy to continue and a live infant was delivered by caesarean section at 34 weeks gestation. Criteria for using… (More)

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