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- Evaluation of hearing and cochlear function by audiometric testing in patients with hyperemesis gravidarum. [JOURNAL ARTICLE]
- Pan Afr Med J 2015.:231.
- Age-specific determinants of post-partum fatigue in primiparous women. [JOURNAL ARTICLE]
- Jpn J Nurs Sci 2015 Jun 29.
- Health Care Consumption during Pregnancy in relation to Maternal Body Mass Index: A Swedish Population Based Observational Study. [Journal Article]
- J Obes 2015.:215683.
Objective.To assess whether antenatal health care consumption is associated with maternal body mass index (BMI). Design. A register based observational study. Methods. The Swedish Medical Birth Register, the Maternal Health Care Register, and the Inpatient Register were used to determine antenatal health care consumption according to BMI categories for primiparous women with singleton pregnancies, from 2006 to 2008, n = 71,638. Pairwise comparisons among BMI groups are obtained post hoc by Tukey HSD test. Result. Obese women were more often admitted for in-patient care (p < 0.001), had longer antenatal hospital stays (p < 0.001), and were more often sick-listed by an obstetrician (p < 0.001) during their pregnancy, compared to women with normal weight women. Preeclampsia was more than four times as common, hypertension five times as common, and gestational diabetes 11 times as common when comparing in-patient care, obese to normal weight women (p < 0.001 for all comparisons). Underweight mothers had longer stay in hospitals (p < 0.05) and hydronephrosis and hyperemesis gravidarum were more than twice as common (both p < 0.001).
Conclusion.Obese and underweight mothers consumed significantly more health care resources and obese women were significantly more often sick-listed during their pregnancy when compared to pregnant women of normal weight.
- Wernicke's encephalopathy: A rare complication of hyperemesis gravidarum. [Letter]
- Anaesth Crit Care Pain Med 2015 Jun; 34(3):173-7.
- Gut satiety hormones and hyperemesis gravidarum. [JOURNAL ARTICLE]
- Arch Gynecol Obstet 2015 May 20.
- Applying developmental programming to clinical obstetrics: my ward round. [JOURNAL ARTICLE]
- J Dev Orig Health Dis 2015 May 13.:1-8.
- Reference ranges and determinants of total hCG levels during pregnancy: the Generation R Study. [JOURNAL ARTICLE]
- Eur J Epidemiol 2015 May 12.
- Hyperemesis gravidarum and risk of cancer in offspring, a Scandinavian registry-based nested case-control study. [Journal Article]
- BMC Cancer 2015.:398.
- Advances in understanding and treating liver diseases during pregnancy: A review. [REVIEW]
- World J Gastroenterol 2015 May 7; 21(17):5183-5190.
- Adverse obstetric and neonatal outcomes in women with mental disorders. [Journal Article]
- Thromb Res 2015 Feb.:S60-3.