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Rectal Hyoscine-N-Butylbromide Safely Accelerates Progress of Labor in Primipara: A Placebo- Controlled Study

@inproceedings{Shedid2012RectalHS,
  title={Rectal Hyoscine-N-Butylbromide Safely Accelerates Progress of Labor in Primipara: A Placebo- Controlled Study},
  author={Ayman A. Shedid},
  year={2012}
}
Objectives: To evaluate the applicability of the administration of Hyoscine-N-butylbromide (HBB) as a therapeutic modality for acceleration of progress of labor in primipara. Patients & Methods: The study included 150 primiparae having normal-sized singleton fetus with cephalic presentation. At time of pregnancy diagnosis, patients' demographic and body constitutional data were determined. Parturient were randomly allocated into two equal groups: Control group received paracetamol 800 mg rectal… 

HYOSCINE-N-BUTYLBROMIDE EFFECT ON THE ACCELERATION OF LABOR AND POSTPARTUM HEMORRHAGE IN PRIMIGRAVIDA WOMEN

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The Effect of Intramuscular Administration of Atropine and Hyoscine Combination on Labor Progress and Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes in Primigravid Women

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Effect of hyoscine‐N‐butylbromide on labor duration among nullipara in a southwestern Nigerian teaching hospital: A randomized controlled trial

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Effect of buscopan, a compound that alleviates cramps, on the developing nervous system of the chick embryo

It was determined that buscopan treatment on chick embryos adversely affected early nervous system and NT development.

EFFECT OF HYOSINE NEBUTYLBROMIDE IN THE DURATION OF LABOUR IN TERM PREGNANCIES IN NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL NNEWI SOUTH EAST NIGERIA

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