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Premature Babies 30 Weeks Survival Rate
Good: Nowadays the survival rate is quite good(don't remember the exact percentage, but it is high. ...Read more
Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more
More information: Premature delivery is typically defined as less than or before 37 weeks gestation. The incidence of complications increases based on earlier gestational age and lower birth weight. Management of expectant mothers can include drugs to prevent premature delivery and to improve development of the lungs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Survival rate: More than 90 percent of the babies survive. ...Read more
3 months 10days old premature(34 weeks) delivered with frequent ankle clonus bilateral more than 10 beats sometimes...other neurological exam normal n?
Preg loss of chromosome normal embryo 2 weeks after cardiac activity detection w/ immunosuppressant, anticoagulant treatments. Chance of future success?
Probably good, but: Impossible to say without tests. Early loss is very common and usually does not increase the risk of happening again. You need to be examined and tested to determine if you have a risk for a second (or more) losses. Good luck. ...Read more
Can be: Usually 110 -170 is considered normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Low: The risk fell rapidly with advancing gestation; 9.4% at 6 (completed) weeks of gestation, 4.2% at 7 weeks, 1.5% at 8 weeks, 0.5% at 9 weeks and 0.7% at 10 weeks (chi(2); test for trend P=.001). Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Mar;111(3):710-4. doi: 10.1097/AOG.0b013e318163747c. Miscarriage risk for asymptomatic women after a normal first-trimester prenatal visit. Tong S1, Kaur A, Walker SP, Bryant V, Onwude ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
10 weeks 5 day pregnant the baby heart rate on ultrasound was 176 BPM. Os this a good normal healthy heart rate?
Suffering skipped beat often at a stretch 5/6 days for last 6 months. Can medicine cure? I'm 68yr. Avg BP 126/72, BPM 64, map 90 and wt. 60.8kgs.
Yes, possibly: If you've been diagnosed with atrial flutter, then your feeling of palpitations is common. But since this pattern is irregular and effects cardiac performance somewhat, as well as having other risks, this needs to be evaluated in depth by your cardiologist in order to assure that you're getting the best and safest therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lab range for HCG values on report states gestational age 0.2-1 week expected range 50 -500, 1-2 weeks 100-5000, 3-4 weeks 500-10000. Is this fetus age not gestational (ieLMP dated) age given first 2 wks are leading up to ovulation ie no HCG produced?
Fetal or embryo age: Because there is is no fetus until 2 weeks into a pregnancy (yes, it's an odd but standard way of counting dates), there is no bHCG until after 2 weeks gestational age. Also, the bHCG is not detectable until implantation, because the bHCG needs to be able to get from the embryo into the uterine lining, into the mother's circulation, into the mother's blood or urine sample. ...Read more
8M baby boy failing to thrive? Born 3.5Kg, drop to P10% at 2M; keep at P5-6%, now P20%. HC 40%. Height 50%. Av gain/month 550gr. All milestones met!
Mgt: The percentiles of normal growth may vary with age. If he is otherwise well and following his curve and meeting milestones, he probably is fine. I would recommend a variety of solids and introducing food types several times. Are his stools normal? Please check that his newborn CF screen is negative. ...Read more
48 yrs old. Max heart rate on slow (65 mins) 5 mile run =230. Average HR =182. Training watch says 0% of run is at appropriate rate for my age. OK?
How do you feel?: There is no rule that says it can't go that fast, but it's more than expected. It's possible your monitor is "double counting" the beats, which is not uncommon because it misinterprets the electrical impulse of your heart. Do you have a fast heart rate at rest? Do you have palpitations, shortness of breath, dizziness, passing out or chest pain? If you have those, see your doc to check rhythm. ...Read more
My Holter Monitor showed 1596 Bradycardia events (under 50 bpm) in 48 hours and 2356 pauses between 2.02-2.5 seconds. Lowest Heart rate was 27 .
Talk to cardiology: I am assuming that you have symptomatic bradycardia, and that was the reason you had a Holter study done. Now, I don't know how long your HR stayed at 27, but even 40 is too low. This isn't something that can wait, call your doctor and develop an action plan today. If after hours ask to speak to the on call doc for that office. ...Read more
I'm 7 weeks pregnant. What causes fetal heart rate to drop from 122 BPM to 81 BPM in two days after pregnancy looked great?
Hard to say: This question is difficult to answer, because we aren't typically measuring the fetal heartbeat over extended periods of time at this gestational age. Possible technical error . There's not much to do ---> continue to watch the pregnancy. It's normal for fetuses to have cyclic drops in their heartbeat. You may want to consider closer following and possibly an echocardiogram later in pregnancy. ...Read more
Heart rate stays at 160 after exercise for 30 minutes? Never happened before? Healthy resting ecg?
0-3m is 85-205 awake: As above with an average awake rate of 140. ...Read more
There's no ideal or: Normal heart rate during pregnancy ;expect an increase of10-15 beats/min from ur baseline with exercise, stress, anxiety, coffee intake, etç.God bless. http://www.m.webmd.com/baby/features/exercise-during-pregnancy-myth-vs-fact. http://www.bidmc.org/centersanddepartments/departments/medicine/divisions/cardiovascularmedicine/diseasesandconditions/womenscardiovasculardisease/pregnancyandtheheart.aspx. ...Read more
34 weeks pregnant today. Measuring "low amniotic fluid". Baby is measuring 5 pounds, likelihood of complications of delivered now? Induction? C-sec?
Depends: Depends on how low the AFI (amniotic fluid index) is and how compliant you are with NSTs. You should be resting on your left side, getting NSTs and maybe even biophysical profiles. If a smoker, stop immediately. Your fluid may rebound if you follow this plan. At 34 weeks there is about 5% chance of long term newborn complications and the c section risk depends again on how low the fluid is. ...Read more
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