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The women who went through the Early Start program had the same statistical risks of stillborn, preterm delivery, placental abruption as the control group of women who did not use any cigarettes, alcohol or drugs during their pregnancy.
After adjustment for potential confounders, women who had experienced placental abruption had sharply higher odds of cardiovascular death during follow-up (odds ratio, 4.
In one study published in 2006 involving 2,808 women who had cesarean deliveries for emergency indications including umbilical cord prolapse, placental abruption, and "nonreassuring fetal heart rate pattern," adverse neonatal outcomes were not increased among infants delivered after more than 30 minutes.
However, when investigators analyzed individual outcomes, they found that the only statistically significant associations were between the PGM and placental abruption, and between FVL and stillbirth.
Prior studies of aspirin use in pregnancy have demonstrated an increased risk of placental abruption in aspirin-treated women.
The primary end point was a composite of poor maternal outcomes: maternal mortality; progression to severe hypertension; major postpartum hemorrhage; or morbidity including eclampsia, HELLP syndrome (hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelet count), pulmonary edema, thromboembolic disease, or placental abruption.
The overall cesarean section rate remained unchanged, as did the rates of cord prolapse, preeclampsia, and abruption.
Multiple studies have indicated that increased rates of preterm labor, diabetes, macrosomia, placental abruption, weight gain, fatigue, and other complications are associated with low thyroid states.
Furthermore, unexplained stillbirths, (5,7-9) and stillbirths secondary to placental abruption, obstetrical complications, asphyxia, (5,9) slow fetal growth, maternal diseases,5 and non-chromosomal congenital anomalies, (5,10) are more strongly associated with maternal education, but the lack of data on time trends makes it difficult to determine whether associations vary over time.
8) The shot, the explosion, is the result of reading; the echo and the abruption are symptoms of a past that has not yet become past, something that has not yet been recovered or claimed.
Abnormal formiminoglutamic acid excretion was related not only to placental abruption and spontaneous abortion but also to adverse outcomes in previous pregnancies, including prematurity, congenital defects, and perinatal mortality.
Reproductive consequences compared with vaginal birth include increased infertility, (16) miscarriage, (15) placenta previa (placenta overlays the cervix), (19) placental abruption (the placenta detaches partially or completely before the birth), (19) and premature birth.