tocolysis


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tocolysis

n tocólisis or tocolisis f
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Tocolysis effectively increases the success rate and reduce the incidence of cesarean deliveries10.
Three (20%) women with regular uterine activity had fevers, so the doctors performed tocolysis with nifedipine for 2.
There were no statistically significant differences between the 2 groups with respect to tocolysis and the use of steroids.
The use of parenteral tocolysis has been associated with increased success rates of ECV though there are not enough data to make a recommendation regarding use of regional anesthesia with the procedure.
Pregnancy-related variables included any maternal hospitalization during the pregnancy (yes/no), any pregnancy illness (severe morning sickness, fever infections, asthma attack, pregnancy induced hypertension, or toxemia of pregnancy; yes/no), gestational diabetes (yes/no), tocolysis (yes/no), any injury to the abdomen during pregnancy (yes/no), first pregnancy (yes/no), previous abortion (induced, yes/no), previous miscarriage (yes/no), any children < 6 years of age living in household (yes/no), and number of previous births (based on the total number of pregnancies minus the number of previous abortions, miscarriages, and stillbirths).
Unfortunately, 17P has only been proven effective in the prevention of PTB among women with a prior spontaneous PTB; it is ineffective for women without a prior preterm delivery who experience cervical shortening, women carrying a twin pregnancy, and for acute tocolysis.
5 In 1961, the first beta adrenergic agonist drug to be used in tocolysis was IP.
15 Tocolysis, progesterone and reinforcement of the cervix with a cerclage has not been proved to have beneficial effects on prenatal birth.
Selective use of home uterine activity monitoring and tocolysis.
Tocolysis for assisting delivery at caesarean section.
165: Randomized double-blinded trial of indomethacin tocolysis versus expectant management in patients with premature rupture of membranes at 24-32 weeks of gestation.