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by J. Bonnar,I. MacGillivray,E.M. Symonds

eBook Pregnancy Hypertension download ISBN: 0852002696
Author: J. Bonnar,I. MacGillivray,E.M. Symonds
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (April 30, 1980)
Language: English
Pages: 597
ePub: 1473 kb
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Category: Medics
Subcategory: Medicine

Symonds EM: Hypertension in pregnancy.

Symonds EM: Hypertension in pregnancy. In: Recent Advances in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, p. 167. Stallworthy j, Bourne G, eds. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 1979. 3. Clinch J: Late pregnancy hypertension - a harmless condition. J Ir Med Assoc 73: 348, 1980. Campbell DM, MacGillivray I: The effect of a low calorie diet or a thiazide diuretic on the incidence of pre-eclampsia and on low birth weight.

Effect of pre-conceptual clipping of the uterine arteries on blood pressure during pregnancy in the rat. A H Teeuw. Arterial blood flow during deep breathing.

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Plasma catecholamines were estimated late in the second stage of labour and before fetal expulsion in three groups of pregnancies: I. Normal pregnancies at term. 2. Pregnancies complicated by severe pre-eclampsia, under medical control in hospital for 2-5 weeks and induced at 37-39 weeks of pregnancy. 3. Pregnancies complicated by severe pre-eclampsia went into labour at term with no previous control to their toxaemias. Plasma catecholamines were determined in the maternal and cord blood, late in the second stage of labour and within 12 hours after delivery. Plasma catecholamines showed a highly significant rise in the maternal blood collected during the second stage of labour, after delivery, and in the cord blood, in pregnancies complicated with severe pre-eclampsia with no previous control when compared to normal pregnancy. The figures for the medically controlled severe pre-eclampsia had also presented a significant rise when correlated with the normal pregnancy. We can say that the adrenal medulla shares in the stress phenomenon during labour. Such stress is worse in pre-eclamptic patients, particularly the uncontrolled pre-eclam psia. The fetal adrenal also shares in the stress phenomenon in pre-eclampsia.