"The usage and effectiveness of > 20 treatment options were reported by 765 women for 1193 pregnancies. The women who used intravenous (IV) hydration, serotonin inhibitors, and parenteral nutrition (PN) reported the highest rates of effectiveness, with 84%, 83%, and 79% reporting that these respective treatments may have contributed to decreased nausea/vomiting. The use of conventional treatments increased from 20 to 30% to > 60% between 1985 and 1989 and 2000 and 2004; serotonin inhibitor use increased to 55% after its introduction in the1990s," wrote T.M. Goodwin and colleagues, University of California.
Hyperemesis Gravidarum; Study findings from University of California provide new insights into hyperemesis gravidarum. (2008, May). OBGYN & Reproduction Week,87.
Retrieved March 15, 2009, from ProQuest Health and Medical Complete database. (Document ID: 1471370301).
Sunday, March 15, 2009
This Blog entry is beginning with some treatment success findings. I will add more as I find them!
Posted by Letters to Zane at 8:38 AM