Effectiveness, complications and reproductive outcome of selective chemoembolization with methotrexate followed by suction curettage for caesarean scar pregnancy - a prospective observational study
ConclusionSCEM followed by SC appears to be an effective treatment option for CSP. The method seems to be safe in short-term follow-up. However, complications were observed in long-term follow-up. Therefore, patients should be informed about the risk of complications interfering with future fertility, such as intrauterine adhesions and/or amenorrhea.
Publication date: 29 September 2020Source: Cell Reports, Volume 32, Issue 13Author(s): Marilen Benner, Dorien Feyaerts, Celia Cartagena García, Nurcan Inci, Sergi Cedó López, Esther Fasse, Wijs Shadmanfar, Olivier W.H. van der Heijden, Mark A.J. Gorris, Irma Joosten, Gerben Ferwerda, Renate G. van der Molen
Conclusion: Early-onset preeclampsia can accurately be assessed using a simple questionnaire. Recall of late-onset preeclampsia and gestational hypertension was not accurate. PMID: 32981372 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Publication date: Available online 30 September 2020Source: Obesity Research &Clinical PracticeAuthor(s): Guilherme Dienstmann, Iramar Baptistella do Nascimento, Willian Barbosa Sales, Matheus Leite Ramos de Souza, Grazielle Dutra da Silva, Larissa Cano de Oliveira, Jean Carl Silva
Children of women who used cannabis while they knew they were pregnant may be at greater risk of symptoms of mental illness than children of women who did not use cannabis during pregnancy, according to areport inJAMA Psychiatry. For instance, youth who were exposed to cannabis in the womb were more likely to report more psychotic-like experiences, as well as problems with aggressive behavior, depression, and anxiety than those without such exposure.“[P]regnant women, and even those contemplating pregnancy, should be discouraged from using any cannabis by health care professionals, dispensaries, and others,” wr...
Publication date: Available online 29 September 2020Source: Veterinary MicrobiologyAuthor(s): Maria Isabel Nogueira Di Azevedo, Bruno C. Pires, Hugo Libonati, Priscila S. Pinto, Lucas Figueiredo Cardoso Barbosa, Filipe Anibal Carvalho-Costa, Walter Lilenbaum
Conclusions: Among a simulated cohort of US Black women, the recommended 4+mm ET threshold to trigger diagnostic biopsy for EC diagnosis performed poorly, with more than 50% of cases missed and an 8-fold higher frequency of false negative results than reported for the general population. PMID: 32989354 [PubMed - in process]
Conclusions: Our findings suggest that once more nuanced beliefs about pregnancy prevention are considered, Black and Latinx individuals do not hold strongly different beliefs than Whites. Efforts that exclusively focus on people of color to change beliefs about pregnancy appear unwarranted. PMID: 32989352 [PubMed - in process]
CONCLUSIONS: Strengthening family planning services and extending eligibility for Bangladesh's Maternity Allowance benefits in the areas prone to floods and riverbank erosion are recommended to improve ANC service utilization. PMID: 32985989 [PubMed - in process]
Authors: Ricardo JW, Lipner SR Abstract INTRODUCTION: Onychomycosis is the most common nail disease seen in clinical practice. Treatment options include systemic and topical therapies, as well as devices. Following clinical and mycologic diagnosis, treatment must be individualized, accounting for disease severity, infecting organism(s), comorbidities, patient characteristics and drug/device efficacy. Safety is the most important consideration in choosing the most appropriate therapeutic modality. AREAS COVERED: This review covers currently available treatments for onychomycosis, with an emphasis on safety and t...
CONCLUSIONS: . Although ADR data in the DREAM-RA registry were partly comparable with data in the SmPCs, RWD from this patient registry provided an added value to the currently available information on the incidences of ADRs associated with DMARDs in RA patients as described in SmPCs. PMID: 32990050 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]