Gestational weight gain, nutritional status and blood pressure in pregnant women
ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE To evaluate whether weekly gestational weight gain is associated with anemia, vitamin A insufficiency, and blood pressure levels in the third trimester of pregnancy. METHODS A prospective study with 457 pregnant women attending primary care in Cruzeiro do Sul, Acre. The weekly gestational weight gain rate measured between the second and third trimesters was classified as insufficient, adequate, and excessive according to the recommendations of the Institute of Medicine 2009. The outcomes at the beginning of the third gestational trimester were: anemia (Hb
ConclusionWe assume that these eleven increased placenta derived factors are responsible for LSEC damage which eventually leads to liver failure. This concept shows a possible design of the complicated pathophysiology in HELLP syndrome. However further research is required.
ConclusionsAs disparities in maternal and infant outcomes were present, nutritional intervention(s) need to be targeted toward prevention of adverse pregnancy outcomes, prioritization of higher-risk groups and adaptation of the program to a multiethnic low-income population.RésuméObjectifLa présente étude a pour objectif principal de caractériser le taux d'issues de grossesse indésirables dans un groupe multiculturel composé de femmes à faible revenu.MéthodesLes données extraites entre juin 2013 et décembre 2015 provenaient de la base de donn&eacu...
CONCLUSION: We report liver pathology findings of CDA1 with a novel genetic mutation for the first time in a newborn. PMID: 31183007 [PubMed]
ConclusionsMaternal anemia after MS may lead to low neonatal birth weight, which could be attributed to the large-scale reduction in maternal micronutrient levels.
ConclusionsAs disparities in maternal and infant outcomes were present, nutritional intervention(s) need to be targeted towards prevention of adverse pregnancy outcomes, prioritization of higher-risk groups and adaptation of the program to a multi-ethnic low-income population.
In this study, we reviewed major human studies on the health risks of radiation exposure and showed that sex-related factors may potentially influence the long-term response to radiation exposure. Available data suggest that long-term radiosensitivity in women is higher than that in men who receive a comparable dose of radiation. The report on the biological effects of ionizing radiation (BEIR VII) published in 2006 by the National Academy of Sciences, United States emphasized that women may be at significantly greater risk of suffering and dying from radiation-induced cancer than men exposed to the same dose of radiation....
In this study, we used HUT as the means to provide an all-encompassing assessment of cardiac and/or peripheral autonomic function in normal controls, SCD subjects and non-SCD subjects with chronic anemia. We hypothesized that by identifying different categories of HUT response among these subjects, we would be able to isolate the autonomic phenotypes that might place SCD subjects at increased risk for microvascular occlusion and VOC. We then employed the causal modeling approach, which utilizes signal analysis and system identification techniques, to probe and disentangle the functional mechanisms involved in the cardiovas...
CONCLUSIONS: HIE is correlated with maternal factors, fetal growth, uterine environment and labor process, and the rs2067853 polymorphism in AGT gene is associated with HIE. PMID: 30915766 [PubMed - in process]
ConclusionsThe changes in the trend of specific outcomes were different with maternal age, which means that youth, aging, or both could affect the outcomes.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Introduction: Fetal distress is the decrease or absence of oxygen that must be received by the fetus through the placenta. Chronic cases of suffering are due to some maternal pathology that causes a reduction in the oxygen concentration of the mother to the fetus: severe anemia, respiratory or cardiac pathologies, arterial hypertension, low placental irrigation or gestational diabetes. Even though these problems do not lead to obvious changes in fetal oxygenation during pregnancy, they can occur at the time of delivery, when there is a reduction in placental irrigation caused by uterine contractions.