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Anesthetic challenges of high-risk obstetrics.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC930578
Author(s) :
Doloroso AA
Source Document :
POGS 1992 Annual Convention and 46th Anniversary Celebration. November 1992 : p. 27 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Either regional or general anesthesia can be administered safely to parturients with chronic fetal distress. In dire distress, a caesarean section requires general anesthesia with rapid sequence induction. However, in many cases which are intermmediate between chronic . . .
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The effect of epidural anesthesia on the process and outcome of actively managed labor.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC930718
Author(s) :
De Jesus MA
Source Document :
POGS 1992 Annual Convention and 46th Anniversary Celebration. November 1992 : p. 56 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
A retrospective study of 245 term deliveries with cephalic fetal presentation in nulliparas is presented. Progress and outcome of actively managed labor in the epidural group (N = 133) were compared in 112 women who received narcotics for analgesia. There is no associ . . .
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Biologically active constituents in Tabernaemontana pandacaqui poir.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC922926
Author(s) :
Villaraza CM, Abrantes F, Guevara BQ
Source Document :
7th Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants, Spices, and Other Natural Products. February 1992 ( 7th ) : p. MP-17 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Tabernaemontana pandacaqui Poir of the family Apocynaceae was chosen as a plant for further investigation on the basis of its ethnical use as a medicinal plant. This study deals with the isolation, purification and structure elucidation of the compound found to be bio . . .
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The effect of L-carnitine in the infarct size in one-month post-myocardial infarction cases.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC960564
Author(s) :
Flores VB, Topacio GO, Aliwalas D, Jacoba KGC, Sison NJM, Abola MT, Abarquez RF Jr, Defensor V
Source Document :
Congress Programme and Book of Abstracts. : p. 166 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
A multicenter randomized double blind parallel placebo controlled study was done to determine the effect of 2.97 gms. of L-Carnitine on myocardial cell viability in one-month post-infarction using Technetium (Tc)99m SPECT Hexa-MIBI rest-stress tests in 22 Carnitine (A . . .
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Achievements in perinatal and maternal health: Survival in Japan.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE912871
Author(s) :
Wagatsuma T
Source Document :
Primary maternal and neonatal health: a global con. : p. 419-427 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
This discussion of achievements in perinatal and maternal health in Japan reviews the factors associated with perinatal and maternal mortality (parity and age, socioeconomic status, birth interval, antenatal care, medical facilities and environmental factors, and medi . . .
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Primary maternal and neonatal health: A global concern--pediatric aspects.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC911440
Author(s) :
Gabr M
Source Document :
Primary maternal and neonatal health: a global con. : p. 15-22 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Both mothers and children are at particularly high risk of morbidity and mortality. The child is vulnerable during certain stages of development; the mother is exposed to certain physical, physiological, and psychological stresses. The level of child mortality and mor . . .
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Avian and pandemic influenza preparedness.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC060783
Source Document :
UPCM Centennial Grand Scientific Symposium 2006 on. January 2006 : p. 28 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
The H5N1 continues to spread across other countries bringing about more poultry deaths, illness and death among the exposed persons. The virus poses a threat not only to the economic security but to human health as well. As the avian influenza remains in birds and oth . . .
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Pemphigus foliaceus.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC051243
Author(s) :
Prieto, Elizabeth, Bascos, Fatima Louel
Source Document :
Philippine Society of Cutaneous Medicine Scientific Meetings Proceedings. : p. 75-79 (Proceedings)
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Baseline survey on HIV/AIDS STD knowledge, attitude, risk behavior and practices among bar and sauna workers.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC010219
Author(s) :
del Gallego NU
Source Document :
Proceedings of the Second National Research Forum. November 1995 ( 2nd ) : p. 66 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Knowledge on HIV/AIDS/STD and safe sex still needs to be translated into practice, especially among bar workers. Education must emphasize other types of STD, and cover prevailing nonpenetrative sex practices among both groups. Education strategies must take into accou . . .
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Concept and model of primary health care through restructured health care delivery system (RHCDS) in the Philippines.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE912911
Author(s) :
Doctor TR
Source Document :
Community and health: an inquiry into primary hea. : p. 210-218 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Description of the existing national health service system and efforts by the government at expanding it to meet the needs of the entire Philippine population, particularly the 68 percent who live in rural areas. The relationships of the concept of primary health care . . .
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