Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, August 21st, 2007
This trend article is an immediate alert from NewsRx to identify the most recent news developments at Stanford University Medical Center.
Report 1: The drug most commonly used to arrest preterm labor, magnesium sulfate, is more likely than another common treatment to cause mild to serious side effects in pregnant women, according to a study from researchers at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and Stanford University School of Medicine. Their findings suggest that, since the effectiveness of the two drugs appears similar, physicians should consider side effects more...
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