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Pessary puerperium

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October 1946: Ohio State Medical Journal
Katarzyna Jalinik, Anita Hamela-Olkowska, Justyna Teliga-Czajkowska, Krzysztof Czajkowski
The aim of this study was comparison of gestation, labour, puerperium and condition of newborns in women with cervical incompetence treated with cerclage or pessary. The interval from treatment to delivery was longer in women with pessary. In women who had cervical cerclage tocolysis was applied more frequently. Among patients with pessary kolpitis was found more often. Gestational age at delivery, the way of a labour, condition of newborns and complications during puerperium didn't differ significantly between both groups...
July 2003: Medycyna Wieku Rozwojowego
Fariyal F Fikree, Tazeen Ali, Jill M Durocher, Mohammad H Rahbar
To explore traditional beliefs and practices, to assess puerperal morbidity, and to understand care-seeking behaviors, a qualitative and quantitative study was conducted in low socio-economic settlements of Karachi, Pakistan. Five focus group discussions and 15 in-depth interviews were conducted in July and August 2000. 525 Muslim women, who were 6-8 weeks post-partum, were then interviewed at home. Maternal care was relatively good-more than three-quarters of recent mothers sought antenatal care and more than half (267/525) delivered in a hospital or maternity home...
August 2004: Social Science & Medicine
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