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The aims of this study were to investigate balance and pulmonary functions in pregnant and non-pregnant women and to determine their relationship with LBP.
Women with singleton pregnancies at one outpatient clinic to be recruited for controlled clinical trial. Over eight weeks, women 15 0/7--22 6/7 weeks' with at least one prior prenatal visit to be enrolled in the control group. Women 6 0/7--14 6/7 weeks' to be enrolled in the intervention group at their first prenatal visit and to receive a pregnancy-specific gestational weight gain card. Women to be encouraged to record their weight at each prenatal care visit. All women to complete a GWG knowledge--based questionnaire at 15 0/7‐22 6/7 weeks'.
The investigators will compare, in a randomized clinical trial, two methods of placement (placement with a gloved hand vs. placement with a sterile speculum) of a Foley bulb transcervical dilator. The primary outcome is rate of infection.
The purpose of this trial is to create a comparative database, with data obtained with a new monitoring device of pregnant women,Toconaute, and a standard clinical cardiotocograph, It will allow to optimize the development of this new device. The use of the Toconaute will succeed to the usual monitoring of pregnant women with a cardiotocograph. It will not change their medical care. The trial will include up to 35 pregnant women between 24 and 41 weeks of amenorrhea that requires discontinuous monitoring. It will last about 12 months, with an estimated inclusion period of 11 month.
The objective of this study is the adaptation of the Pelvic Girdle Questionnaire to the French language from France, and the analysis of its psychometric properties. Firstly, a translation and adaptation process will be performed according to international guidelines. Secondly, the validation process will be performed through a sample of 250 pregnant or postpartum women suffering from pelvic girdle pain. They will fill several questionnaires, including Pelvic Girdle Questionnaire, that will allow us to analyse psychometric properties of the French version.
This study is a randomized clinical trial to evaluate the accuracy of the novel SAIL technique compared to the classic intercristal line technique in estimating the L4-L5 interspace for labor epidural or spinal anesthesia placement. The investigators hypothesize that the SAIL technique will be more accurate in successfully locating the L4-L5 interspace in pregnant women than the classic intercristal line technique.
To describe and compare abdominal muscles and inter-rectus distance conditions in postpartum period in comparison with nulliparous women. Also to describe the activation changes during different abdominal exercises.
To explore main cause and health impact of iodine excess during pregnancy, we performed iodine evaluation for 390 consecutive pregnant women from January 1st, 2016 to December 31st, 2016. Among them, 18 women (4.62%) with apparently elevated urinary iodine concentration (UIC) were enrolled onto this study for subsequent follow-up. History of high iodine exposure was collected from all participants. Parameters about iodine status were monitors until termination of pregnancy, and dietary iodine intake condition and thyroid function were also evaluated.
There is currently no routine screening for cardiac disease for pregnant women in areas of high prevalence. This study will aim to determine the point prevalence of cardiac disease in women presenting for antenatal care at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital. More specifically, it will aim to use focused echocardiography as a screening tool to determine the prevalence of cardiac disease among pregnant women attending MTRH antenatal clinic.
The present study aims to test and rigorously evaluate the effectiveness of a computer-assisted motivational interviewing (CAMI) intervention that has already been shown to be successful with young women by reducing the risk of rapid subsequent birth among adolescent mothers, and applying this intervention to young men. The purpose of the intervention is to increase condom use, increase female partner use of moderately or highly effective contraception, and increase completion of a reproductive health visit and STI/HIV testing. The primary hypothesis is that the CAMI-TPP (CAMI aimed at Teen Pregnancy Prevention) intervention will increase the proportion of participants who do not engage in risky sex, report condom use at last intercourse as well as partner use of contraception compared to those in the Fitness group. It is also predicted that young men who receive the CAMI-TPP will report higher completion of a reproductive health service visit with sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing over the course of study participation compared to those in the CAMI-Fitness (CAMI aimed at healthy diet, physical activity and tobacco avoidance) group.