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Objective To determine whether proportionate or disproportionate foetal smallness at 17 to 19 weeks of gestation in low-risk pregnancies was associated with size, body constitution, and adverse outcome at birth.
Background Urodilatin (URO) is a member of the natriuretic family, cleaved by the kidney, which acts as a paracrine hormone in the regulation of natriuresis and diuresis. In newborn infants the excretion of urodilatin and its biological effects have not been explored.
Objective To elucidate the synchronization of phases of diurnal rhythms in fetal heart rate (FHR) baseline between twin fetuses and the occurrence of sustained fetal tachycardia.
Objective To assess the applicability of Drotar model when the diagnosis of congenital malformation is made antenatally.
Background Several studies report increased minor neurodevelopment dysfunctions in children born very low birth weight (VLBW). Usefulness of preventive early intervention programs to improve neurodevelopment outcome of VLBW infants is still under investigation.
Aims The objective of this study is to evaluate the physical and mental development of infants born on in-vitro maturation (IVM) programs.
Objectives Infants in neonatal intensive care (NICU infants) are often cared for in a stressful environment that includes potentially painful or stressful interventions. The aim was to investigate whether NICU infants have different pattern of stress and pain responses than healthy newborns when...
Hypertensive diseases in pregnancy are still a major cause of foetal and maternal mortality. Known risk factors allow identification of only a small number of patients at risk of developing such a complication. However, better knowledge of the risk profile would improve an early adequate...
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