nonpregnant


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Reese and her colleagues compared platelet counts with those of nonpregnant women who participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) from 1999 to 2012, using a stratified analysis that accounted for age and racial or ethnic background and excluding NHANES participants with cancer, diabetes, or hypertension.
The study participants included 120 women: 40 women with preeclampsia, 40 normotensive pregnant women who matched preeclamptic women with respect to age, period of gestation, and body mass index, and 40 healthy nonpregnant women of similar age.
The percentage of nonpregnant women who saw an ObGyn declined from 42% in 2011 to 38% in 2015
Among women aged 26-44 years, 1.8% of pregnant women and 5.2% of nonpregnant women reported marijuana use in the previous month, the investigators said.
In addition, no studies have estimated the within-subject biological variation ([CV.sub.I]) in pregnant women, although nonpregnant [CV.sub.I] exists for some coagulation parameters (11-18).
The aim of this study was to compare clinical presentation and perioperative outcomes of acute appendicitis in pregnant and nonpregnant patients in resource-poor setting.
In pregnant guinea pigs we have demonstrated that pharmacokinetic properties of IgG therapeutics administered to animals at the end of pregnancy differ from those in nonpregnant controls and that these changes may correlate with the transplacental transfer to the fetus which increases with gestation.
In the present study, we aimed to investigate osteopontin and clusterin levels in asthma and asthmatic pregnancy in comparison with healthy nonpregnant control subjects and healthy pregnant women.
Studies comparing choroidal thickness in nonpregnant and pregnant women provide contradictory results.
Among 28,219 (96.2%) nonpregnant patients with confirmed or presumptive Zika virus disease, incidence was higher among women (936 per 100,000 population) than men (576 per 100,000) for all age groups [greater than or equal to] 20 years, and the majority (61%) of reported Zika virus disease cases occurred in females.
In the United States, group B Streptococcus (GBS) has emerged as a frequent cause of invasive infection in nonpregnant adults with underlying medical conditions.
This gave us an impetus to study dynamic PFTs specifically in the third trimester of uncomplicated pregnancy and to compare them with those of matched nonpregnant women and establishing norms of adaptive changes in respiratory physiology during pregnancy in the Indian population.
An appendix tabulates dietary reference intakes of nutrients for males and pregnant, lactating, and nonpregnant females of different ages.