Pregnancy, Labor, Delivery & Postpartum Care Recommendations
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- » Cardiac disease in pregnancy
- » Cesarean section
- » Diabetes in pregnancy
- » Evaluation and treatment of inherited thrombophilias in pregnancy (incl. renal disease)
- » Fetal assessment in labor
- » Fetal growth: assessment and management
- » Idiopathic preterm labor
- » Major hemorrhage in pregnancy
- » Management of chronic hypertension in pregnancy (incl. renal disease)
- » Management of labor
- » Management of pregnant patients in view of teratogenesis of drugs (e.g. epilepsy, immune-inflammatory etc.)
- » Management of pregnant women with cardiac abnormalities
- » Perinatal infections
- » Postpartum care
- » Preconception counseling
- » Preterm premature rupture of membranes
- » Psychiatric illness and pregnancy
- » Screening for and management of preeclampsia
- » Screening for fetal abnormalities
This study examined the cardiovascular effects of oxytocin and carbetocin during Cesarean delivery in a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled study. The main findings were that both of the drugs given in the immediate post-delivery period were...
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