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Assessment of risk perception of teratogenicity of commonly used drugs among pregnant women
Background: Drug therapy in pregnancy is common practice and most women are concerned about effects of drugs to the unborn child. Objective: To determine the teratogenicity risk perception of commonly used medicines ...
A relationship between self-care knowledge and self-care practices on pregnancy induced hypertension (PIH) among women aged 15-49 years with PIH attending antenatal clinic at Harare hospital
Pregnancy induced hypertension (PIH) is a gestational hypertensive disorder. It is the commonest unavoidable medical condition encountered in pregnancy, complicating approximately 10% of all pregnancies. The purpose ...
Development toxicity effects of atorvastatin and rosuvastatin in mice
Background: Statins reduce the risk, morbidity and mortality associated with cardiovascular events, and generally considered safe to use but their safety in pregnancy is not known. Statins are considered potentially ...