This South Australia study linked a census of treatment with assisted reproductive technology to a registry of, births and late terminations due to birth defects (pregnancies of at least 20 weeks gestation) and registries of birth defects.
What does BD stand for?
BD stands for Birth Defect
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- Binary to Decimal
- Binomial Distribution
- Biodiagnóstico SA (Guatemala, private lab)
- Biological Defense
- Biomedical Diagnostics
- Bipolar Disorder
- Birth Dad (adoption)
- Birth Daughter
Samples in periodicals archive:
The chance of a birth defect was lowest in women who had normal blood glucose levels.
The lawsuit was brought by a 34-year-old Bavarian man who claims that his birth defects were caused by the Duogynon pregnancy test produced by Schering during the 1970s, and who is seeking compensation from the company.
A group of young people who claimed their birth defects were caused by a "soup of toxic materials" in a former steel town won a legal action against the local authority on Wednesday.
Birth defect rates in the US were highest for women conceiving in the spring and summer, a period that correlated with increased levels of pesticides in surface water across the US, say researchers.
The number of newborns with birth defects is constantly increasing in both urban and rural areas," said Jiang Fan, vice-minister of the National Population and Family Planning Commission, according to the paper.
Thanks to a long history of permissive regulation of the oil and mining industries, Alaskan newborns suffer from a rate of birth defects that is double the national average.
Women diagnosed with diabetes before they become pregnant are three times to four times more likely to give birth to a child with one or even multiple birth defects than a nondiabetic mother, according to a study in the Aug.