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(hyperemesis gravidarum)
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  • Treatment options for hyperemesis gravidarum. [Review]
  • AWArch Womens Ment Health 2017 Jan 09
  • Abramowitz A, Miller ES, Wisner KL
  • Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) is a severe and prolonged form of nausea and/or vomiting during pregnancy. HG affects 0.3-2% of pregnancies and is defined by dehydration, ketonuria, and more than 5% body...
  • ECG changes in hyperemesis gravidarum. [Journal Article]
  • BCBMJ Case Rep 2017 Jan 04; 2017
  • Mitchell SJ, Cox P
  • This is a case report of a 30-year-old patient presenting at advanced gestation with hyperemesis, who developed a prolonged QT interval secondary to electrolyte imbalance during recovery. This potent...
  • Delayed diagnosis of Wernicke encephalopathy with irreversible neural damage after subtotal gastrectomy for gastric cancer: A case of medical liability? [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2016 Dec 01; 30:76-80
  • Tozzo P, Caenazzo L, … Bolcato M
  • CONCLUSIONS: There have been some reports of WE occurring after total or subtotal gastrectomy for gastric cancer in non-obese patients with no history of alcoholism, but monitoring for WE has yet to be recommended in the clinical guidelines in this setting (as it has for bariatric surgery). Because of its rarity and variable clinical presentation, WE is often under-diagnosed and under-treated, and confused with other neurological problems.There is an urgent need for the specific guidelines to take into account not only the neoplastic follow-up of such patients, but also the possible side effects of necessary surgery, since this could help to ensure the timely diagnosis and management of WE in this setting, and to avoid, when possible, claims for medical malpractice that may cause enormous costs both in economical and professional terms.
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