Week 33, a total of 512 new cases were reported while only 398 were reported during Morbidity
Exclusion criteria were the patients with a past or current history of any psychiatric or chronic physical illness (DM, IHD, HTN, RA or other diseases of chronic nature) or with a past or current history of substance use so that direct effect of psychiatric morbidity
can be related with the tumor.
This provides further support for limiting the use of cesarean for twin deliveries to cases with clear medical indications, as increasing the rate of vaginal deliveries may decrease the rate of severe acute maternal morbidity
, they concluded.
Previous studies examining the risk of surgical morbidity
with repeat cesarean delivery have reported mixed results.
As very little information is available about the disease profile of different population groups in India,  and periodic change in morbidity
pattern in the population, present study was planned with the objective to study the morbidity
pattern of the rural and urban population in our field practice area, so that our services and health education activities can be planned according to the needs of the population.
"Black women, Hispanic women, and women of other races/ethnicities were overrepresented among deliveries involving severe maternal morbidity
, as compared with white women," wrote Kathryn Fingar, PhD, and her coauthors.
"Programs for reducing racial and ethnic disparities in severe maternal morbidity
may have the greatest effect focusing on women at highest risk for blood transfusion and maternity care management for women with comorbid chronic conditions, particularly multiple chronic conditions," the authors write.
Moreover, papers highlighted incidence of maternal morbidity
Such assessment of the morbidity
profile amongst elderly will highlight some very common geriatric diseases in Pakistan.
Conclusion: Quality of life based on DLQI score was impaired in 70% of cases where as psychiatric morbidity
was noticed in 48.3% of patients.
Some authors have suggested that the iliac crest as donor site produce an unacceptably high degree of postoperative morbidity
such as pain, functional disorders, hemorrhage, visible scar, contour deformity and sensory loss.2 The ilium is still the first choice donor site and should not be rejected solely because of concerns regarding postoperative morbidity
Sera (3 [micro]l) from subjects with pregnancy morbidity
, patients with APS, and healthy donors were diluted with 72 [micro]l radioimmunoprecipitation assay (RIPA) buffer and heated at 95[degrees]C for 5 min in sodium dodecyl sulphate- (SDS-) loading buffer .