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Full term amniotic fluid, being an easily obtainable and abundant tissue source, may be the solution for MSC based cell therapy and regenerative medicine applications," said researcher Niels-Bjarne Woods.
To find out the rate of Meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS) in babies born with Meconium-stained amniotic fluid (MSAF) in GGH, Guntur.
With an 18 gaugexU/2 inch hypodermic needle, a hole was drilled through the egg air sac from the broad end of the egg to locate the amniotic cavity after which the amniotic fluid was aspirated using a 21 gaugex1/2 inch needle into a 5 mL syringe from the amniotic cavity.
When compared to normal amniotic fluid volume group women with oligohydramnios had significantly low birth weight neonates which were born at comparatively earlier gestation (but all were > 37 weeks of gestation).
At the same time, amniotic fluid (1-2 mL) was collected by syringe from the uteri for determination of the amniotic antioxidant enzymes (SOD, GSH-Px, CAT) activities and TBARS level.
The spontaneous normalization of amniotic fluid volume is usually seen as a favorable prognostic sign.
Key words: Polyhydramnios, Congenital anomalies, Amniotic fluid pocket depth (AFPD), Amniotic fluid index (AFI).
Researchers measured hormone levels in the amniotic fluid samples of boys born between 1993 and 1999.
Oligohydramnios was confirmed by ultrasonographic assessment of amniotic fluid index.
Yesterday an inquest heard the former Tividale High School pupil died of an amniotic fluid embolism - a rare condition affecting just one in 200,000 mothers.
Washington, Mar 25 ( ANI ): Scientists have used stem cells taken from amniotic fluid to restore gut structure and function following intestinal damage in rodents, paving the way for a new form of cell therapy to reverse serious damage from inflammation in the intestines of babies.