Hyperemesis gravidarum: outcomes and complications with and without total parenteral nutrition.

@article{Folk2004HyperemesisGO,
  title={Hyperemesis gravidarum: outcomes and complications with and without total parenteral nutrition.},
  author={John J. Folk and Heather F M Leslie-Brown and John T. Nosovitch and Robert K. Silverman and Richard H. Aubry},
  journal={The Journal of reproductive medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={49 7},
  pages={
          497-502
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the obstetric and medical complications with hyperemesis gravidarum, comparing those who were supported with total parenteral nutrition (TPN group) and those who did not receive TPN (non-TPN group). STUDY DESIGN The medical records of women with a diagnosis of hyperemesis gravidarum (ICD-9 code 643) admitted to Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, New York, between January 1995 and December 1998, were reviewed. A total of 166 subjects were identified and 192 admissions reviewed… CONTINUE READING

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