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Testtube Babies Born in Kenya

...le births in turn are related to premature labour, obstetrical complications, prematurity, and neonatal morbidity. Although strict embryo transfer policies have been enforced they are not followed nor accepted universally. The cryopreservation of mature oocytes and even embryos that have not been transferred, ...

Infants have better iron reserves if umbilical cord clamping is delayed

...rition graduate student Camila Chaparro at a large obstetrical hospital in Mexico City, will be published June 17 in the British medical journal The Lancet. "By simply delaying cord clamping for this brief time, we can provide the infant with the extra blood, and the iron it contains, from the placenta," said...

Changing Trends In Family Health Practice

...revealed that fewer family doctors// are providing obstetrical care compared with 10 years ago while the number p...tudy found that number of female doctors providing obstetrical care dropped from 27% in 1994 to 16% in 2003, while in case of male practitioners the numbers droppe...

Choice of Anesthesia in C-section

...s the risk of maternal aspiration pneumonia and of obstetrical hemorrhage," because the anesthetic gas inhibits t...except in rare circumstances -- for example, where obstetrical emergencies require immediate delivery and one cannot wait for the slower-acting regional anesthesia...

Obstetrical Anesthesia Equally Safe When Provided by CRNAs or Anesthesiologists

...ents cared for at their facility when staffing for obstetrical anesthesia," Simonson added. The study involved 134,806 patients, including 33,236 who were cared for at hospitals whose OB anesthesia was staffed by CRNAs only, and 101,570 who were cared for at hospitals staffed by anesthesiologists only. Washing...

Low Weight Newborns at Greater Risk in Community Hospitals

...fore the delivery to a facility with sophisticated obstetrical and neonatal support. "It's not good to move these kids around," said Phibbs. "The best way to transport a very premature infant is inside the mother. "It's not that we think the community services are bad or poorly staffed," he added. "But a regio...

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