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  • 1.   Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis in a parturient for emergency caesarean section

    This case report discusses a case of autoimmune progesterone dermatitis in a parturient who required emergency caesarean section

    Int J Obstet Anesth, Vol: 13 Page: 275-8 October 2004
    J. O'Rourke; N. Khawaja; J. Loughrey; P. McKenna

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  • 2.   Epidural analgesia need not increase operative delivery rates

    The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between epidural analgesia and caesarean and instrumental vaginal delivery rates

    Am J Obstet Gynecol, Vol: 182 Page: 358-63 February 2000
    L. Impey; K. MacQuillan; M. Robson

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  • 3.   Epidural ropivacaine hydrochloride during labour: protein binding, placental transfer and neonatal outcome

    The aim of this study was to describe labour & epidural analgesia effects on plasma alpha1-acid glycoprotein concentrations and the association between ropivacaine concentration & neonate neurobehavioural function

    Anaesthesia, Vol: 56 Page: 418-23 May 2001
    J. M. Porter; N. Kelleher; R. Flynn; G. D. Shorten

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  • 4.   Exploring the risks associated with induction of labour: a retrospective study using the NIMATS database

    The aim of this study was to examine the clinical evidence for elective induction for post-term pregnancy.

    Journal of Advanced Nursing, Vol: 31 Page: 410-417 2000
    C. Duff; M. Sinclair

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  • 5.   Improving the Apgar score: is it still viable?

    The article discusses if improvement of the Apgar score is still viable

    Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 100 Page: 421-422 2007
    J. E. Hegarty; J. S. Craig

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  • 6.   Prediction of seizures in asphyxiated neonates: correlation with continuous video-electroencephalographic monitoring

    The aim of this study was to examine if predictive values of high risk markers Apgar, acidosis and others - would be increased if early continuous electroencephalographic monitoring allowed accurate identification of all neonatal seizures

    Pediatrics, Vol: 118 Page: 41-6 July 2006
    D. M. Murray; C. A. Ryan; G. B. Boylan; A. P. Fitzgerald; S. Connolly

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  • 7.   Prophylactic intravenous bolus ephedrine for elective Caesarean section under spinal anaesthesia

    The aim of this study was to assess the efficacy and optimal dose of prophylactic intravenous ephedrine for the prevention of maternal hypotension associated with spinal anaesthesia for Caesarean section

    Eur J Anaesthesiol, Vol: 19 Page: 63-8 January 2002
    J. P. Loughrey; F. Walsh; J. Gardiner

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  • 8.   Singleton vaginal breech delivery at term: still a safe option

    This study examined the obstetric and perinatal outcome of pregnancies with singleton breech presentation at term when selection for vaginal delivery was based on clear prelabor and intrapartum criteria

    Obstet Gynecol, Vol: 103 Page: 407-12 March 2004
    M. Alarab; C. Regan; M. P. O'Connell; D. P. Keane; C. O'Herlihy; M. E. Foley

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  • 9.   Timing of birth related to obstetric practice and neonatal outcome

    The aim of this study was to audit the relationship between timing of birth and obstetric and neonatal outcomes, to help plan working patterns under European Working Time Directive legislation

    Ir Med J, Vol: 101 Page: 205-7 2008 Jul-Aug
    K. O'Donoghue; C. P. Sheridan; K. O'Sullivan; R. A. Greene; J. R. Higgins

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