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261. Referrals by traditional birth attendants in northeast Brazil. (PubMed)

Referrals by traditional birth attendants in northeast Brazil. Between October 1980 and July 1981, 1,878 women were attended by traditional birth attendants (TBAs) at four obstetric units in rural areas surrounding the city of Fortaleza in Northeast Brazil. Of these women, 232 (12.4 per cent) were referred to a hospital in Fortaleza for delivery. The most important indicators for referral to hospital were: presence of an antenatal problem, complication of labor, or malpresentation. Based (...) on record review, 65 referred women with none of these conditions were classified as low risk and 42 women not referred were classified as high risk (at least one such condition present). Of 1,878 deliveries, 32 (17 per 1,000) terminated as fetal deaths, and 12 infants died before discharge from hospital or obstetric unit (six per 1,000). The death rate was much higher for the high-risk cases (156 per 1,000 referrals, 95 for nonreferrals). Although some women may have been inappropriately referred while

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1985 American Journal of Public Health

262. Uterine torsion and fetal bradycardia associated with external cephalic version. (PubMed)

Uterine torsion and fetal bradycardia associated with external cephalic version. Torsion of the gravid uterus is a rare obstetric complication in humans, but has been reported in association with malpresentation and with uterine leiomyomata.We report a case of uterine torsion diagnosed at emergency cesarean delivery after external cephalic version with prolonged fetal bradycardia.Physicians should be aware of the possibility of uterine torsion as a complication of external cephalic version

2006 Obstetrics and Gynecology

263. Acupuncture conversion of fetal breech presentation. (PubMed)

lasted 30 min a day, and was conducted during and after 34 weeks of pregnancy with simultaneous cardiotocography.The success rate of the AP correction of fetal breech presentation is 76.4% (26 women), and spontaneous conversion without AP in vertex presentation is observed in 15 women (45.4%; p<0.001).We believe that AP correction of fetal malpresentation is a relatively simple, efficacious and inexpensive method associated with a lower percentage of operatively completed deliveries, which definitely (...) Acupuncture conversion of fetal breech presentation. The aim of this study was to assess the value of acupuncture (AP) in the conversion of fetal breech presentation into vertex presentation.A randomized prospective controlled clinical study included 67 pregnant women with fetal breech presentation: 34 women with singleton pregnancies treated with manual AP (urinary bladder 67, Zhiyin) and a control group which included 33 women with singleton pregnancies without AP treatment. The AP treatment

2003 Fetal diagnosis and therapy Controlled trial quality: uncertain

264. Intrauterine diagnosis and management of fetal goitrous hypothyroidism: a report of an Iranian family with three consecutive pregnancies complicated by fetal goiter. (PubMed)

, and treated with intra-amniotic levothyroxine injections. The mother had two previous consecutive pregnancies (13 and 8 years ago), also complicated by the occurrence of fetal goiter, resulting in tracheal compression, asphyxia, and early neonatal death in the first and in an emergency cesarean section delivery, because of fetal malpresentation, in the second neonate affected by congenital hypothyroidism (CH). The present male newborn, although born without observable goiter, had a large thyroid (...) Intrauterine diagnosis and management of fetal goitrous hypothyroidism: a report of an Iranian family with three consecutive pregnancies complicated by fetal goiter. The diagnosis and treatment of hypothyroidism during the fetal period may decrease perinatal morbidity and are believed to be important to optimize growth and intellectual development. Herewith a case report of fetal goitrous hypothyroidism is presented in a euthyroid mother, detected at 34 weeks' gestation by ultrasonography

2005 Thyroid

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