Diurnal and gestational patterns of uterine activity in normal human pregnancy. The Uterine Activity in Pregnancy Working Group.

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OBJECTIVES To define the profile of 24-hour uterine activity in normal pregnancy and to correlate contraction frequency with physical activity and emotional stress diaries. METHODS One hundred nine low-risk pregnant women who delivered at term recorded uterine contractions for 24 hours twice weekly from 20-40 weeks' gestation using an ambulatory monitor… (More)

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@article{Moore1994DiurnalAG, title={Diurnal and gestational patterns of uterine activity in normal human pregnancy. The Uterine Activity in Pregnancy Working Group.}, author={Thomas Moore and Jay D. Iams and Robert K. Creasy and Keith Dean Burau and Anna L Davidson}, journal={Obstetrics and gynecology}, year={1994}, volume={83 4}, pages={517-23} }