amnionitis


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Related to amnionitis: endometritis, chorioamnionitis

amnionitis

 [am″ne-o-ni´tis]
inflammation of the amnion, a manifestation of an intrauterine infection, often associated with prolonged membrane rupture and long labor.

am·ni·o·ni·tis

(am'nē-ō-nī'tis),
Inflammation resulting from infection of the amniotic sac, which, in turn, often results from premature rupture of the membranes (a condition often associated with neonatal infection).
[amnion + G. -itis, inflammation]

amnionitis

[am′nē·ōnī′tis]
an inflammation of the amnion. The condition may develop as a result of infection after early rupture of the fetal membranes.

am·ni·o·ni·tis

(am'nē-ō-nī'tis)
Inflammation resulting from infection of the amnion, which, in turn, usually results from premature rupture of the membranes (a condition often associated with neonatal infection).
[amnion + G. -itis, inflammation]

amnionitis

inflammation of the amnion.
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Amnionitis and life-threatening respiratory distress after percutaneous umbilical blood sampling.
Other variables with large effects (greater than 15 percentage points) in one or more of the major clinical categories include fetal conditions (polyhydramnios, oligohydramnios or Rh-sensitization), prepregnancy diabetes, active herpes, placental or cord problems, and amnionitis.
Con las palabras claves chorioamnionitis or amnionitis and diagnosis and reatment, se realizo una busqueda bibliografica en diferentes bases de datos electronicas para identificar literatura relevante: Pubmed, Ovid, Elsevier, Interscience, Medline, EBSCO, Scopus, SciELO (1980 al 2008) y Cochrane Pregnancy and Childbirth Group (marzo 31 del 2008) y libros de texto impresos.
It is evident from our data that clinical amnionitis and the need for delivery room intubation may significantly increase CRP concentrations during the immediate postnatal period.
Existen ciertas infecciones genitales de importancia perinatal en las cuales puede diseminarse mas facilmente la patologia durante el embarazo, como ocurre con la blenorragia con un mayor riesgo para amnionitis, ruptura prematura de membranas y parto prematuro o pueden haber entidades como los condilomas acuminados que pueden crecer rapidamente durante la gestacion e incluso obstruir el canal del parto.
Pathologic evaluation of the placenta showed meconium staining, minimal amnionitis, and one small infarct.
Las caracteristicas mas prevalentes fueron los cambios isquemicos y la amnionitis; en los casos de sindrome hipertensivo asociado al embarazo (SHAE) y retardo del crecimiento intrauterino (RCIU) el hallazgo mas frecuente fueron los cambios isquemicos; en ruptura prematura de membranas (RPM), sifilis y parto prematuro fue la amnionitis.
Regarding other complications, the rate of amnionitis was significantly increased for those women who had had a previous cesarean section, with a relative risk of 1.
Careful monitoring can prevent a large proportion of the most common AI complications that have been reported, including uterine overdistension, dehiscence of a uterine scar, and amnionitis, said Dr.
99/18 H366 Pneumonia + +++ - - 20/07 H378 Pneumonia - - - - Focal infection/bacteremia, no STSS 95/8 H295 Cellulitis - - - - 98/1 H319 Cellulitis - - - - 20/01 H369 Pelvic clot - - - - 20/04 H370 Thromobosis - - - - Focal infection, no bacteremia, no STSS 97/15 H307 Bursitis - - + +++ 97/18 H308 Cellulitis + - - - 97/21 H311 Cellulitis - - - - 97/23 H314 Cellulitis + - - - 97/24 H315 Cellulitis + - - - 97/26 H316 Amnionitis - - + +++ sag/gene/SAg protein production spe-g SPE-G spe-h SPE-H Focal infection/bacteremia with STSS 94/31 H292 Fasciitis + - + - 95/02 H293 Fasciitis + - + - 96/2 H297 Peritonitis + ++ - - 98/5 H325 Fasciitis + - - - 98/8 H327 Cellulitis + + - - 98/11 H330 Endometritis + - - - 99/1 H360 Occult bact.
The following infections were observed during pregnancy: amnionitis, cervicitis (i.