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Thirty-five percent presented a state of complete and prolonged atonic behavior, which also is rare in genuine epilepsy.
This has not only given rise to a surge in complications like abnormal placentation and uterine rupture, but also in the incidence of atonic postpartum haemorrhage.
18] Atonic postpartum hemorrhage contributed to only 12% of the indications in this study.
Although VNS results have shown minor complications, some patients continue to have atonic seizures, tonic and clonic seizures, even after treatment.
53%), reasons were atonic uterus, ruptured uterus, genital tract tears and morbidly adherent placenta , after being managed at secondary care, followed by septicemia 03 (0.
This is a simple and quick surgical technique that can be used to treat atonic PPH, particularly in conjunction with placenta previa.
According to Devinksy, GLS patients also saw a very favorable response for atonic seizures, which is one of the most common types in that syndrome, with a median reduction of 71 percent.
NS is characterized by head-nodding (an atonic form of epilepsy), often followed by clonic - tonic seizures, developmental retardation and faltering growth.
GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Atonic Neurogenic Bladder Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2015" provides an overview of Atonic Neurogenic Bladder clinical trials scenario.
With the help of video presentation she described the different seizures like absence seizure, atonic seizure, psychogenic seizures temporal lobe epilepsy.
Fresh blood was noted intra-abdominally and the uterus was markedly atonic.
Detailed clinical examination revealed atonic rumen (rumen movements--Nil or very weak hardly perceptible), suspended regurgitation, slightly elevated temperature (103[degrees]F-103.
At the conclusion of the study period, 1 (7%) patient continued to have total incontinence; 3 (20%) patients lived with improved incontinence (<1 pad per day); 3 (20%) patients self-catheterized and dilated (1 due to an atonic bladder and 2 for recurrent structuring); 1 (7%) patient reported voiding well; 3 (20%) patients underwent cystectomy with ileo-conduits; 2 (13%) patients had chronic hematuria; and 2 (13%) passed away (1 from comorbid medical disease and 1 from a pulmonary embolus a week before the scheduled cystectomy).