A randomised controlled trial in Jakarta assessed whether early self-diagnosis and treatment of bacterial vaginosis could lower the pre-term birth rate.
What does BV stand for?
BV stands for Bacterial Vaginosis (medical)
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- Back Up Your Birth Control
- Boston Urban Youth Foundation
- Buying Team Leader (US FEMA)
- Buying Team Member
- Basketball Union of Zimbabwe
- Bushehr, Iran - Bushehr (Airport Code)
- Business Utility Zone
- Buitenlandse Zaken (Dutch: Foreign Affairs)
- Back View
- Backing Vocals
- Bad Vibe
- Baja Verapaz (Guatemala; territorial division)
- Battlefield Visualization
- Beaulieu Vineyard (California)
- Bekende Vlaming (Dutch, Flemish)
- Benevento (Italian Commune)
- Bereits Vorgelegt (German, legal)
- Beroepsvereniging (Dutch: Professional Association)
- Besloten Vennootschap (Dutch: Limited Company)
- Best Value
Samples in periodicals archive:
1) In a yearlong longitudinal study of nonpregnant 15-44-year-old women attending an Alabama clinic, the odds that a woman had bacterial vaginosis at the time of any given visit increased by 10% for every one-point increase in her score on a standard scale measuring psychosocial stress.
Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most common of three vaginal infections that fall under the category known as vaginitis.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for its prescription antibiotic, CLEOCIN(R) (clindamycin phosphate) Vaginal Ovules, for the three-day treatment of bacterial vaginosis in nonpregnant women.
In a study of more than 10,000 pregnant women, those who had an infection known as bacterial vaginosis were 40 percent more likely to give birth to a premature, low-birth-weight baby than those who did not have the infection.
A review of the Bacterial Vaginosis products under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources.
The chances of a woman having bacterial vaginosis were 5.
With many negative outcomes now linked to bacterial vaginosis (BV), it is important that women get tested and treated.