perinatal period


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perinatal period

an interval extending approximately from the 28th week of gestation to the 28th day after birth.
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16 In the present study, we identified a significant association between peripheral blood vasoregulatory markers in the perinatal period and the diagnosis of an NDD at an early age.
2010) showed that the main causes for PCSC in Brazil, between 1999 and 2006, to newborns, were infectious and parasitic diseases, followed by conditions originated during the perinatal period and those related to the respiratory tract.
UAMS is not only one of the leading authorities on neuropsychiatric illnesses in the perinatal period, it's also one of the few academic centers with a specialized program focusing on these conditions.
All mothers and fathers who present during the perinatal period are asked the three Whooley questions.
The incidence of CHD in the perinatal period increased year by year, which significantly correlated with LBW in 2004 and 2007-2012 [ P < 0.
In the acquired type, cerebral insults occur during perinatal period or later and causes include trauma, intracranial hemorrhage, infection and ischemia; and in premature infants, subependymal germinal matrix and intraventricular hemorrhage.
We hope that our findings will be able to inform the practice of health care providers who interface with women during the perinatal period.
Untreated mood and anxiety disorders in the perinatal period have serious consequences.
Collaborative consultation with parents and infants in the perinatal period.
Maternal mental health has long been an important subject, but now there is emerging interest in men's mental health during the perinatal period," says Fiona Trotter.
The severe, perinatal lethal form (Type II) (OMIM 166210) is characterised by bone fragility, with perinatal fractures, severe bowing of long bones, undermineralisation, and death in the perinatal period owing to respiratory insufficiency.

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