Pharmacological labor induction is obtained through prostaglandins application and/or oxytocin infusion; however, the use seems to be related to fetal and maternal side effects. Traditional Chinese Medicine advocates the use of acupuncture to soften the cervix and induce uterine contractions. at which presented for The primary outcome was the rate of women admitted for labour induction in case of prolonged pregnancy at 41 + 5 weeks, and the secondary outcome was the rate of induction planning for other indications.

Acupuncture in Postdate Pregnancy Management / Neri, Isabella; Pignatti, Lucrezia; Fontanesi, Francesca; Facchinetti, Fabio. - In: JOURNAL OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MERIDIAN STUDIES. - ISSN 2005-2901. - 11:5(2018), pp. 332-336. [10.1016/j.jams.2018.06.001]

Acupuncture in Postdate Pregnancy Management

Neri, Isabella;Pignatti, Lucrezia;Facchinetti, Fabio
2018-01-01

Abstract

Pharmacological labor induction is obtained through prostaglandins application and/or oxytocin infusion; however, the use seems to be related to fetal and maternal side effects. Traditional Chinese Medicine advocates the use of acupuncture to soften the cervix and induce uterine contractions. at which presented for The primary outcome was the rate of women admitted for labour induction in case of prolonged pregnancy at 41 + 5 weeks, and the secondary outcome was the rate of induction planning for other indications.
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Acupuncture in Postdate Pregnancy Management / Neri, Isabella; Pignatti, Lucrezia; Fontanesi, Francesca; Facchinetti, Fabio. - In: JOURNAL OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MERIDIAN STUDIES. - ISSN 2005-2901. - 11:5(2018), pp. 332-336. [10.1016/j.jams.2018.06.001]
Neri, Isabella; Pignatti, Lucrezia; Fontanesi, Francesca; Facchinetti, Fabio
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