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Suggested UFH bridging regimen for peripartum anticoagulation: [4,24]
Incidence and risk factors of symptomatic peripartum diastasis of pubic symphysis.
Risk factors for peripartum and postpartum stroke and intracranial venous thrombosis.
Since most of human sexual behavior is embedded in long-term relationships, a father's sexual function is often linked with his partner's (and often child's mother's) peripartum shifts in sexual desire and behavior.
They revealed she had peripartum cardiomyopathy - a weak heart working at just 30% of its normal capacity.
The specific topics include decisions related to the beginning and end of life, acute collapse and resuscitation, sedation and pain management, neurological diseases and neurological catastrophes, and peripartum cardiomyopathy.
Therefore, the present experiment designed to investigate the effect of vitamin E and zinc supplementation on energy metabolites, lipid peroxidation, and milk production in peripartum Sahiwal cows.
Recent findings show that postponing pregnancy and childbearing potentially increases the prevalence of multiple pregnancies, spontaneous abortions, ectopic pregnancy, intrauterine growth restriction, intrauterine fetal death and stillbirths, diabetes and chronic hypertension, preterm labor, peripartum complications, maternal morbidity and mortality and genetic and congenital birth defects such as cerebral palsy, neurocognitive and psychiatric disorders (3).
The most common conditions associated with SCAD are coronary atherosclerosis and the peripartum state.
With peripartum onset is a new specifier that covers onset of mood symptoms from pregnancy through one month following delivery.
The disease, peripartum cardiomyopathy (PPCM), weakens a woman's heart so that it no longer pumps blood efficiently.