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Epileptic pregnants, final course and other risk variables assessed in regional interdisciplinary consultation

@inproceedings{Chirino2009EpilepticPF,
  title={Epileptic pregnants, final course and other risk variables assessed in regional interdisciplinary consultation},
  author={Ernesto Canciano Chirino and Diuveidys Cruz Su{\'a}rez and Mar{\'i}a Isabel Calero de la Osa and M. R. Viera},
  year={2009}
}
Epilepsy is the second more frequent neurologic entity during pregnancy with prevalences of 3-4 / 1 000 pregnancies, its management often is ineffective in primary care. OBJECTIVES: to describe the epidemiological variables able to influence in final course of epileptic pregnant. In assessment are included: age, previous pregnants according children number, other associated pathologies, and labor date considering the final obstetric course. METHODS: the was a 5-years cohort in the clinical… CONTINUE READING

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