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(hyperemesis gravidarum)
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  • Hyperemesis gravidarum in northern Israel: a retrospective epidemiological study. [Journal Article]
  • IJIsr J Health Policy Res 2016; 5:39
  • Konikoff T, Avraham T, … Bornstein J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The prevalence and characteristics of HG are similar in the Arabic and Jewish populations of northern Israel. Mean gestational age at admission for HG was lower in our study than earlier ones, probably owing to the universal health care provided by law in Israel. HG prevalence was twice that reported previously in southern Israel but still within the range observed in other world regions. The socioeconomic differences between Arabs and Jews in the Galilee are smaller than elsewhere in Israel, suggesting a multifactorial etiology of HG. HG poses a major economic burden which should be considered when planning health policies. Further studies of this issue are warranted.
  • Treatments for Hyperemesis Gravidarum and Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy: A Systematic Review. [Journal Article]
  • JAMAJAMA 2016 Oct 4; 316(13):1392-1401
  • McParlin C, O'Donnell A, … Vale L
  • CONCLUSIONS: For mild symptoms of nausea and emesis of pregnancy, ginger, pyridoxine, antihistamines, and metoclopramide were associated with greater benefit than placebo. For moderate symptoms, pyridoxine-doxylamine, promethazine, and metoclopramide were associated with greater benefit than placebo. Ondansetron was associated with improvement for a range of symptom severity. Corticosteroids may be associated with benefit in severe cases. Overall the quality of evidence was low.
  • Treatment of Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy: Factors Associated with ED Revisits. [Journal Article]
  • WJWest J Emerg Med 2016; 17(5):585-90
  • Sharp BR, Sharp KM, … Dooley-Hash S
  • CONCLUSIONS: NVP can be difficult to manage and has a high ED return visit rate. Optimizing care with aggressive, standardized treatment in the ED and upon discharge, particularly if factors predictive of return ED visits are present, may improve quality of care and reduce ED utilization for this condition.
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