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IAIInfection And Immunity (journal)
IAIIstituto Affari Internazionali (Italian: Institute of International Affairs)
IAIInstitute of International Affairs (Italy)
IAIIllinois Articulation Initiative (education)
IAIInstitute of Art and Ideas (UK)
IAIInternational Association for Identification
IAIInstitut für Angewandte Informatik
IAIInter-American Institute for Global Change Research
IAIIsrael Aerospace Industries Ltd. (est. 1953)
IAIIbm Academic Initiative
IAIInternational Alliance for Interoperability
IAIInternational Arbitration Institute
IAIIbero-American Institute (est. 1930)
IAIIsrael Aircraft Industries, Ltd.
IAIIslamic Army in Iraq
IAIIndependent Administrative Institution (Japan)
IAIInvestment Advisors International
IAIInvestment Advisers, Inc.
IAIInternational African Institute (UK)
IAIImmunity and Infection (American Society for Microbiology)
IAIInternet Activity Index
IAIInsurance Associates Incorporated (Newark, DE)
IAIIntegrity Applications Incorporated
IAIIllinois Transferable General Education Core
IAIIntegrated Alternative Investments, Ltd. (UK)
IAIInco Alloys International
IAIIntraamniotic Infection
IAIIBM (International Business Machines Corporation) Academic Initiative (global educational program)
IAIIntra Abdominal Injury
IAIInternational Apple Institute
IAIIntegration Action for Inclusion
IAIIsrael Arms International, Inc.
IAIInactive Aircraft Inventory
IAIInstitute Al-Islam
IAIInstallation Accident Investigation (US Army)
IAIInventory Adjustment Increase
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References in periodicals archive ?
Goldstein, "Intraamniotic infection with Candida albicans associated with a retained intrauterine device: a case report," Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine, vol.
Antibiotic regimens for management of intraamniotic infection. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2002; (3):CD003254.
Cachectin-tumor necrosis factor in the amniotic fluid of women with intraamniotic infection and preterm labor.
Relationship between C-reactive protein levels and intraamniotic infection in women with preterm labour.
Maternal azithromycin therapy for Ureaplasma intraamniotic infection delays preterm delivery and reduces fetal lung injury in a primate model.
Intraamniotic infection in patients with intact membranes and preterm labor.
RR: It has been estimated that one of every four preterm births occurs to mothers with intraamniotic infection (defined as a positive amniotic fluid culture for microorganisms).
For repeat losses during the second or third trimester, testing for congenital thrombophilia should be part of the workup when there is evidence of fetal growth restriction, oligohydramnios, or extensive placental thrombosis, while losses due to intraamniotic infection or cervical in competence require surveillance for mycoplasma, bacterial vaginosis, and trichomonas during subsequent pregnancies, he advised.
Chorioamnionitis and intraamniotic infection. Clin Obstet Gynecol 1993; 36:795-808.
For repeat losses during the second or third trimester, testing for congenital thrombophilia should be part of the work-up when there is evidence of fetal growth restriction, oligohydramnios, or extensive placental thrombosis, while losses due to intraamniotic infection or cervical incompetence require surveillance for mycoplasma, bacterial vaginosis, and trichomonas during subsequent pregnancies, he advised.
In a study of women with meconium-stained amniotic fluid and no signs of clinical infection, randomization to treatment with antibiotics resulted in a significant decrease in the intraamniotic infection rate.
We excluded parturients with multiple preexistent or pregnancy-related noninfectious complications, or with clinically evident intraamniotic infection (10).