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2005) reported that peripartum cows with elevated plasma NEFA levels also had higher plasma levels of reactive oxygen metabolites, but lower levels of antioxidants.
The pathogenesis of SCAD in the peripartum period is somewhat unclear.
The established method of management of AAP is peripartum hysterectomy, (2) which is associated with significant surgical morbidity, massive haemorrhage and, importantly, loss of fertility.
Magnetic resonance imaging in a patient with peripartum cardiomyopathy.
He recorded that Rachael died of an acute cardiac failure due to peripartum cardiomyopathy.
Stevie had suffered from peripartum caridomyopathy, which affects one in 15,000 mums.
Ruptured ovarian artery aneurysms are extremely rare, occurring during the peripartum or early postpartum periods.
Changes in the concentration of minerals in blood of peripartum cows, mid-south Ruminant Nutrition conference, pp: 1-8.
Severe cases of CDI have also been reported in populations previously believed to be low risk for CDI, including peripartum women and otherwise healthy persons living in the community, some with no documented prior antimicrobial exposure.
This strain has been associated with infection in patients considered "at risk" as well as in nontraditional risk groups, including healthy peripartum women and community-dwelling individuals without recent health care contact.
19-21%) despite the increased incidence of peripartum MI between 1991 and 2000.
Peripartum hysterectomy was the most common of the conditions, accounting for nearly half of reported cases.
Pelvik agri (6), pelvik eklem agrisi (7), pelvik kusak relaksasyonu (24), pelvik eklem instabilitesi (31), posterior pelvik agri (5), peripartum pelvik agri (32), pelvik yetersizlik (5) gibi terimler kullanilmistir.
She then had peripartum cardiomyopathy, experienced by one in every 60,000 pregnant women.
The HRSD, BDI, and SCID mood modules were serially administered throughout the peripartum period to assess depressive symptoms and episodes.