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Title: Adverse pregnancy outcomes and imbalance In angiogenic growth mediators and oxidative Stress biomarkers is associated with advanced Maternal age births: A prospective cohort Study in Ghana
Authors: Anto, Enoch Odame
Owiredu, William K. B. A.
Sakyi, Samuel Asamoah
Turpin, Cornelius Archer
Ephraim, Richard K. D.
Fondjo, Linda Ahenkorah
Obirikorang, Christian
Adua, Eric
Acheampong, Emmanuel
Keywords: Obstetrics
Gynaecology (O&G)
Issue Date: Jul-2018
Abstract: Advanced maternal age (AMA) has been associated with negative pregnancy outcomes. Oxidative stress (OS) and defective placental dysfunction are contributing factors. This study determined the association between AMA and adverse pregnancy outcomes, OS biomarkers and angiogenic growth mediators (AGMs) in normal pregnancies.
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