hyperemesis gravidarum


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hy·per·em·e·sis grav·i·dar·um

 (hī′pər-ĕm′ĭ-sĭs grăv′ĭ-dâr′əm)
n.
Severe, intractable vomiting during pregnancy, usually in the first trimester.
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Noun1.hyperemesis gravidarum - hyperemesis during pregnancy; if severe it can result in damage to the brain and liver and kidney
hyperemesis - severe and excessive vomiting
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hyperemesis gravidarum

n (obst) hiperemesis gravídica, estado grave de náuseas y vómitos que aparece en etapas tempranas del embarazo
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Hyperemesis gravidarum can cause severe nausea and vomiting and requires supplementary hydration and nutrients.
If you suffer from hyperemesis gravidarum during your first pregnancy, you are more than likely going to suffer from it again in the second.
A rapid, bedside capillary blood ketone measurement can reliably help to diagnose hyperemesis gravidarum in patients with pregnancy-induced nausea and vomiting.
The search strategy in PubMed used the following keywords: Helicobacter pylori and perinatal pathologies or pregnancy or hyperemesis gravidarum or preeclampsia or maternal infections or iron-deficiency anemia or intrauterine/fetal growth restriction/ retardation or Spontaneous abortion or Candida albicans reservoir during pregnancy.
Birkeland E, Stokke G, Tangvik RJ, et al Norwegian PUQE (Pregnancy-Unique Quantification of Emesis and Nausea) identifies patients with hyperemesis gravidarum and poor nutritional intake: A prospective cohort validation study.
Physicians should consider early treatment of nausea and vomiting in pregnancy to prevent progression to hyperemesis gravidarum, according to an updated practice bulletin from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
The condition, known as hyperemesis gravidarum, which the Duchess of Cambridge also suffered from, left the Cardiff woman bed-bound, malnourished and in need a constant hospital treatment.
The Duchess, whose second child is due in April, was forced to cancel a series of engagements in recent weeks as she battled with hyperemesis gravidarum but her condition improved enough for her to take part in the state occasion.
Kate has been suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, a form of very acute morning sickness that caused her to be hospitalised when she was pregnant with George.
hyperemesis gravidarum which she experience d during the early stages of her first pregnancy.