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hypoglucemia and newborn

María F Capellino, Silvia Galetto, José M Sad Larcher, Claudia Travella, Mirta Ferreyra, Guillermo Ruiz Orrico
HELLP syndrome (Hemolysis, Elevated Liver Enzymes and Low Platelets) was described by Weinstein in 1982. It has a high maternal and perinatal morbi-mortality rate. We undertook this study to evaluate perinatal outcome in patients with HELLP syndrome. Patients with HELLP syndrome were identified in a retrospective study between March 1998 and March 2001 at the Hospital Privado de Córdoba. Maternal and neonatal variables were analyzed. Nine patients with HELLP syndrome were identified (incidence 2.3@1000). Mean maternal age was 24...
2003: Medicina
Daniel Feliciano Zalapa Martínez, Anel Gómez García, Cleto Alvarez Aguilar
OBJECTIVE: To understand the early hebdomadal complications in newborns from mothers with both mild and severe preeclampsia. MATERIAL AND METHODS: A transversal, observational trial was conducted in HGR No 1 IMSS, Morelia, Michoacán, México. The clinical records of gestating women were reviewed to detect those who had preeclampsia (PE) or eclampsia in the tokosurgical ward of the same hospital. Newborns were sent up to neonatology room, where their perinatal clinical history was done, and were also observed to detect complications...
May 2003: Ginecología y Obstetricia de México
J M Guzmán, M P Jaraba, M J De La Torre, M D Ruiz-González, M D Huertas, R Alvarez, M Zapatero
UNLABELLED: We studied the nutritional requirements of 53 neonates with a birth-weight of 1250 g or less and analysed the parenteral and enteral nutrition provided, the weight-gain curves, the incidence of prior pathology and complications. We compared those weighing under 1000 g at birth (n=25) with those weighing 1001-1250 g (n=28). All neonates received central parenteral nutrition at an average age of 42.3 h. The liquid requirements of the lower birth-weight group were significantly greater...
November 2001: Early Human Development
M Palomar-Morales, J D Méndez
Hypoglucemia, or decrease in normal blood glucose concentration, is an important sequel of tight control of type 1 diabetic patients. In pregnant diabetic women, hypoclycemia does not appears affect the embryo or fetal development; while in rodent, it is an important cause of teratogenesis and/or embryotoxicity, when it is presented during organogenesis. Despite metabolic, endocrine and temporal differences between human and rodent pregnancy, a possible damage to the product, caused by hypoblycemia during pregnancy in human, must be considered...
September 1999: Ginecología y Obstetricia de México
M C Carrascosa, A Mariínez-Gutiérrez, I Onsurbe, M S Vázquez, B Catalán, R Tébar
OBJECTIVE: To determine the incidence, etiology and course of neonatal convulsions in the Albacete Health District between 1991 and 1993. DESIGN: A descriptive study of retrospective cohorts. SCOPE: 12,427 new born babies in the province of Albacete. The Hospital General de Albacete looks after a population of 376,071 inhabitants, attends 82% of the births in this area and its Neonatology Department is the only one in the province. METHOD: Incidence: we found 25 new born babies (RN) with neonatal convulsions: absolute incidence (IA) in live RN0/00...
October 1996: Revista de Neurologia
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