tocolytic


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tocolytic

adj & n tocolítico
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A recent study of IVH incidence in infants receiving two tocolytic regimens found an increased incidence of grades 111 and IV IVH in infants whose mothers had received both magnesium and indomethacin versus those whose mothers had received magnesium alone (Ianucci, Besinger, Fisher, Gianopoulos, & Tomich, 1996).
The widespread use of tocolytic agents to delay preterm labor exemplifies this approach.
In literature, the cases of the massive vulvar edema have been described associated with multiple pregnancy, diabetes, hypoproteinemia, preeclampsia, tocolytic therapy, vulvovaginitis, and severe anemia [1-4].
It is used for healing wounds in a traditional medicine to treat psychiatric disorders and as a tocolytic agent to prevent premature labour [1].
Prior to toxin exposure (Example cocaine) and prolonged use of tocolytic agents, i.e.
Conclusion: Nifedipine, as a tocolytic, is found to be more effective in pregnancy prolongation when compared with Glyceryl trinitrate but has frequent maternal adverse drug effects.
Efforts to suppress myometrial contractility at this point using standard tocolytic medications have little or no effect.
If tocolytic magnesium sulfate is associated with excess total pediatric mortality what is its impact Obstet Gynecol.
Asymptomatic increases in blood creatine kinase (CK) and amylase have been reported in pregnant women treated with tocolytic agents [2-5].
During the study period women with premature contractions received tocolytic drugs (hexoprenaline only until 2001, nifedipine or hexoprenaline from 2002 to 2008) for 48 hours to allow lung maturation with 24 mg of betamethasone.