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Admissions Summary and Analysis Postpartum Admission Essay

… Therefore, the study findings are limited in terms to exactly who they represent. This creates a situation where they can then be made to make assumptions on a very small percentage of people, thus limiting its potential to help create movements in progressive counseling strategies for various high risk populations of new mothers. What may be happening in Taiwan may not be occurring in the United States or Morocco. What is needed to address this clear weakness is a broader spectrum of study participants in similar future clinical trials. Further clinical trials conducted with a broader spectrum of individuals. Future research should incorporate participants from a number of different locations around the country, and potentially even the globe. In fact, using participants from very different…. [read more]


Exercise and Pregnancy Term Paper

… The second article examines this finding and found that only in heavily, as opposed to moderately exercising women, did there appear to be a statistically signficant lower birth weight, for good or for ill. The third article examined potentially risky pregnancies involving gestational diabetes and concluded that exercise was an important way of moderating the insulin therapy of the patients

Conclusions

Moderate exercise seems to be beneficial in controlling weight and aiding in an easier delivery for all pregnant patients, including some patients from high-risk groups, such as those patients with diabetes. However, heavy exercise could limit birth weight, especially in older mothers, although not to the extent that this is of major concern. Still, caution is suggested on this point. Furthermore, even pregnant women…. [read more]


Pregnancy and use of SSRIs Term Paper

… Author(s) & year

Type of study

(design)

Population characteristics (and sample size)

Independent variable

(i.e. intervention)

Dependent variable

(outcome)

Results

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Eke, Saccone, & Berghella, 2016

Systematic Review

Pregnant women taking SSRIs

SSRI or no exposure

Preterm births

Eights studies were selected for review. Results stated women who were on SSRIs while pregnant, were more likely to experience preterm births compared to women not on SSRIs.

Grigoriadis et al., 2014

Systematic Review

newborns

Newborn exposure to depression or SSRIs

Persistent pulmonary hyperension

From the 738 papers reviewed, seven studies were selected. Those seven studies revealed early pregnancy exposure to SSRIs did not result in any adverse health outcomes. However, late exposure did, resulting in development of…. [read more]

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