The retrospective cohort study used data from 18,896 women who had singleton, breech, term gestations for whom ECV
(2,4) In a study by Anglim, (2) whose main objective was to assess the success rates of ECV
in a large tertiary maternity hospital in relation to parity, mode of tocolytic, maternal body mass index (BMI) and operator skills, ECV
success rates varied between 30-80%.
In this paper, we have selected the passive ECV
product (termed [SM.sub.ECV] hereafter) and evaluated the long-term variations against in situ observations and data from reanalysis and hydrological simulations for the period of 1988-2010 in the Yellow River basin.
Currently, the optimal medication strategy to prevent pain in ECV
has yet to be established.
, the fetus is turned abdominally to cephalic presentation for a trial of vaginal delivery.
The aim of this study was to (1) assess rates of success of ECV
for breech presentation at term at the Royal Women's Hospital in comparison to international standards, (2) assess mode of delivery following ECV
, and (3) assess factors influencing success rates of ECV
at the Royal Women's Hospital.
of each slice was calculated with the following formula :
The states where the odds are close are called 'battleground states.' Depending on the number of its ECV
, such a state might be crucial to tipping the entire election if the underdog beats the odds.
The authors concluded that vernakalant "may therefore be considered as a useful agent for facilitated ECV
in cardioversion resistant AF," concluded the company.
WHAT ARE THE ECVS
? An ECV
is a physical, chemical, or biological variable or a group of linked variables that critically contributes to the characterization of Earths climate.