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Boztosun, Abdullah - - 2012
Objective. The aim of this study was to compare pain relief after caesarean section achieved by an intra-abdominal iliohypogastric and ilio-inguinal (IHII) nerve block with levobupivacaine with that in patients given a placebo.
Cengiz, Huseyin - - 2012
Objectives. The aim of the present study was to compare the efficiency of transvaginal ultrasonography and the Bishop's scoring system in predicting the success of labour induction.
Onur, Ozlem - - 2012
Primary dysmenorrhoea is chronic cyclical pelvic pain associated with menstruation in the absence of an identifiable pathological condition. While medical treatments are available for primary dysmenorrhoea, exercise is accepted as an effective intervention. This study aimed to investigate the impact of home-based exercise on pain intensity and quality of life ...
Siebert, T.I. - - 2012
Introduction. Polycystic ovarian disease (PCOS) can account for up to 35-40% of the female factor causes of infertility. These patients present as medically complex cases and are challenging to manage and treat successfully. They are resistant to treatment and are often offered controlled ovarian stimulation (COS) and in vitro fertilisation ...
Kennedy, Deon - - 2012
Objectives. To study the effect of maternal HIV status on perinatal outcome at Mowbray Maternity Hospital (a secondary-level hospital in Cape Town) and its satellite community midwife obstetric units.
Mnyani, C.N. - - 2012
Antenatal invasive obstetric procedures in HIV-infected pregnant women are associated with a risk of mother-to-child HIV transmission. There are limited published data on the subject. The general consensus is that any HIV-infected pregnant woman who need s to undergo an invasive procedure should have combination antiretroviral therapy initiated before the ...
Pattinson, Bob - - 2012
Levine, Marc - - 2012
Phillips, C. - - 2012
Bolan, Cristen - - 2012
Shrestha, Rasu - - 2012
Schettino, Chris - - 2012
Denegar, Craig - - 2012
Casa, Douglas - - 2012
Objective: To present recommendations for the prevention and screening, recognition, and treatment of the most common conditions resulting in sudden death in organized sports.
DeWitt, Terry - - 2012
Context: Medical organizations have recommended that administrators, parents, and community leaders explore every opportunity to make interscholastic athletic programs safe for participation, including employing athletic trainers at practices and competitive events.
Lee, Sae - - 2012
Context: Clinically, lowering of the medial longitudinal arch is believed to be closely related to rearfoot eversion. However, the relationship between arch height and rearfoot eversion during gait is unclear.
Thein-Nissenbaum, Jill - - 2012
Context: The female athlete triad describes the interrelatedness of energy availability, menstrual function, and bone density. Although associations between triad components and musculoskeletal injury (IN J) have been reported in collegiate athletes, limited information exists about menstrual irregularity (MI) and INJ in the high school population.
Jones, Jennifer - - 2012
Context: Few population-based studies have examined the incidence of meniscal injuries, and limited information is available on the influence of patient's demographic and occupational factors.
James, Lewis - - 2012
Context: Many active people finish exercise hypohydrated, so effective rehydration after exercise is an important consideration.
Johnson, Katherine - - 2012
Context: The reliability of clinical techniques to quantify thoracic spine rotation range of motion (ROM) has not been evaluated.
Shrier, Ian - - 2012
Context: Health care providers must be prepared to manage all potential spine injuries as if they are unstable. Therefore, most sport teams devote resources to training for sideline cervical spine (C-spine) emergencies.
Quammen, David - - 2012
Context: Altered neuromuscular control strategies during fatigue probably contribute to the increased incidence of non-contact anterior cruciate ligament injuries in female athletes.
Grindstaff, Terry - - 2012
Context: Quadriceps weakness and inhibition are impairments associated with patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS). Lumbopelvic joint manipulation has been shown to improve quadriceps force output and inhibition, but the duration of the effect is unknown.
McBeth, Joseph - - 2012
Context: Lower extremity overuse injuries are associated with gluteus medius (GMed) weakness. Understanding the activation of muscles about the hip during strengthening exercises is important for rehabilitation.
Hammonds, Autumn L. - - 2012
Context: Limited passive hamstring flexibility might affect kinematics, performance, and injury risk during running. Pre-activity static straight-leg raise stretching often is used to gain passive hamstring flexibility.
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