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 How is premature labor treated?

Answer Bed rest, intravenous fluids, oral or injectable drugs (terbutaline sulfate, ritodrine, magnesium sulfate, nifedipine) to stop contractions, antibiotics for vaginal or urinary tract infection.
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How is respiratory distress syndrome in premature infants treated?

Respiratory distress syndrome is treated by supplying extra oxygen, in more serious cases the baby is hooked up to a ventilator. In some cases a surfactant drug can be given to coat the lung tissue.
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What is premature labor?

In some cases, the first sign of fetal death is premature labor. Premature labor is marked by a rush of fluid from the vagina, caused by the tearing of the membrane around the baby; and by abdomina... Read More »
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How is premature labor diagnosed?

A physical and vaginal examination, a vaginal culture, urine and blood samples, a fetal heart monitor may be hooked up, fetal ultrasound, amniocentesis.
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Can premature labor be hereditary?

Answer There are no studies which show that premature labor is hereditary, but it is worth letting your obstetrician know if you have such a history. It is also worthwhile to be more vigilant abou... Read More »
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