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  • Good birth narratives: Diverse South African women's perspectives. [Journal Article]
  • MMidwifery 2019 Jun 16; 77:1-8
  • Chadwick RJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: The bodily and corporeal aspects of the birth experience were found to be central to women's 'good birth' narratives. A key conclusion is that maternal healthcare provision needs to be reimagined in ways which acknowledge, centre and respect the unique and vulnerable corporeality of birthing women, regardless of type of birth.
  • Trauma Bay Disposition of Infants and Young Children With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Positive Head Imaging. [Journal Article]
  • PCPediatr Crit Care Med 2019 Jun 18
  • Noje C, Jackson EM, … Robertson CL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Nearly half of our cohort was briefly monitored in the ICU (with disposition mostly explained by trauma bay imaging, rather than clinical findings); however, less than 10% required ICU-specific interventions. Although ICU could be used for close neuromonitoring to prevent further neurologic injury, additional research should explore if less conservative approaches may preserve patient safety while optimizing healthcare resource utilization.
  • Assessment of blood-brain barrier integrity and neuroinflammation in preeclampsia. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Obstet Gynecol 2019 Jun 20
  • Burwick RM, Togioka BM, … Rincón M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Through measurements of albumin, complement proteins, and cytokines in paired samples of blood and cerebrospinal fluid at the time of delivery, we found no evidence of blood-brain barrier impairment or neuroinflammation in preeclampsia. Larger studies investigating a wider range of proteins are suggested to validate our findings.
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