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- 3Intrauterine growth restriction
- 1Aerobic exercise training
- 1Animal Model
- 1Bilateral uterine artery ligation
- 1Davidge, Sandra T (Department of Physiology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
- 1Davidge, Sandra T (Obstetrics and Gynecology/ Physiology)
- 1Guilbert, Larry J (Medical Microbiology and Immunology
- 1Jerome Yager, Department of Paediatrics
- 1Sandra Davidge, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Physiology
Cardiovascular Effects of Aerobic Exercise Training in Hypoxic-induced Intrauterine Growth RestrictionDownload
Fetal hypoxia is one of the most common consequences of complicated pregnancies worldwide. It has been demonstrated that prenatal hypoxia leads to intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR). Being born growth restricted is associated with a decrease in cardiomyocyte proliferation, an increased...
The placenta is an essential transitory fetal organ responsible for the key processes of nutrient, oxygen, and waste transfer between the mother and the fetus throughout gestation. Placental size is, importantly, known to correlate to fetal weight, and the malfunction and malformation of the...
Bilateral Uterine Artery Ligation in Rats cultivates Long Term Neurological Deficits reminiscent of Human Cerebral Palsy: A model for Therapeutic Intervention.Download
Introduction Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a ubiquitous term used to describe a group of permanent, non-progressive disorders of movement, posture, and behaviour. Despite countless advances in neonatal medicine, the incidence of CP has remained constant in term infants over the last three decades. More...