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  • The annual survey of severe influenza-type 700,000 premature pregnancy

    Occurred in 2009 worldwide influenza epidemic (A type, H1N1) infection, the proportion of pregnant women with severe preterm birth, about the national average climbed to 2.5 times the findings, 08 compiled by Prof. Medical Nakai Akihito of Japan. With regard to influenza infection, a large study of pregnant women were targeted first. Presented at Japan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology to be held in Osaka in August.
    Professor Nakai, "Vaccines and antiviral agents adversely affect the pregnancy because it is not, it is important not to use severe actively" trying to. 2611 national survey of facilities dealing with labor, received responses from 2082 institutions. May 09 - examined data from women who gave birth to 87,660,073 between March 10. Influenza infection, severe patients had 181 people required hospitalization. 14.6% of patients were preterm birth before 37 weeks gestation.
    National average of 5.8 percent by 2008 national survey of approximately 2.5 times higher.

    http://sankei.jp.msn.com/life/news/1...5430000-n1.htm

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    Re: The annual survey of severe influenza-type 700,000 premature pregnancy

    Pregnant women with severe case of H1N1 flu deliver early more often

    TOKYO (kyodo) -- Pregnant women who develop a severe case of infection with the H1N1 strain of influenza gave birth prematurely at a frequency about 2.5 times higher than the national average in Japan, according to a survey led by a Nippon Medical School professor.....


    (Mainichi Japan) May 9, 2011
    http://mdn.mainichi.jp/mdnnews/natio...dm001000c.html

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