amnionitis


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Related to amnionitis: endometritis, chorioamnionitis

amnionitis

[‚am·nē·ō′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the amnion resulting from infection.
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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.
Maternal and neonatal complications among patients who received amnioinfusion Previous No previous cesarean section cesarean section Maternal complications Amnionitis 26 (21.
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.
Eleven of the 16 uninfected infants were delivered when the mothers had active Lm amnionitis (gestational ages 25 to 40 weeks), and 5 were delivered several weeks after the maternal infection, which occurred at weeks 19, 21, 35, 36, and 37.