SROM

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AcronymDefinition
SROMSelf Range of Motion
SROMStandard Range of Motion (joints)
SROMSlow Release Oral Morphine (opiod addiction treatment)
SROMSpontaneous Rupture of Membranes (medical)
SROMSolid Rock Outdoor Ministries (Laramie, WY)
SROMSquare Root of Margaret (band)
SROMSerial Read-Only Memory
SROMSatan's Revenge on Mankind (band)
SROMSegmental Range of Motion
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A 26-year-old primigravida with PC was admitted at 38 weeks of gestation due to spontaneous rupture of membranes. According to her history, she had muscle cramps triggered by exposure to cold air or water, consuming cold food and physical or emotional exertion since the age of 3 years.
Evidence of in vivo differential bioavailability of the active forms of matrix metalloproteinases 9 and 2 in parturition, spontaneous rupture of membranes, and intraamniotic infection.
A comparison of early and delayed induction of labor with spontaneous rupture of membranes at term.
On one particular occasion, somewhere between the time of admission, spontaneous rupture of membranes, and applying the fetal scalp electrode, the fetus died.
A comparison of active and expectant management of pre-labour spontaneous rupture of membranes (PROM) at and near term.
While there is a known increase in the rate of chorioamnionitis in patients exposed to premature spontaneous rupture of membranes [14, 15], none of the randomized controlled trials on early artificial rupture of membranes have been powered to detect differences between the rates of chorioamnionitis in the early and late amniotomy groups as their primary outcome [8-11].
A 21-year-old primigravida had a spontaneous rupture of membranes at 34 weeks' gestation with clear liquor and no clinical or laboratory features of sepsis.
Early spontaneous rupture of membranes initiated preterm labor, and a cesarean section was performed at 36 weeks' gestation because of fetal distress.
The cornerstone of active management is the diagnosis of labor: regular, painful contractions occurring every 5 minutes or more frequently and either spontaneous rupture of membranes or complete cervical effacement.
Spontaneous rupture of membranes during the second trimester presents difficult medical and ethical questions for the patient and physician.
The process lasted three and a half days (labor began with spontaneous rupture of membranes without contractions), but the difficulty would have appeared on any, one of the days--it had to do with how the baby meandered into our world.
This prospective, descriptive study was conducted on seventy five consecutive patients of spontaneous rupture of membranes with gestational age 37 to 40 weeks.
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