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III/B 73 Ib/A 82 Management Options Prepregnancy Prenatal Labor and Delivery Postnatal Give a single dose (1 mg) of either intramuscular or oral vitamin K to the newborn to prevent classic hemorrhagic disease. Vitamin K prophylaxis improves biochemical indices of coagulation status at 1–7 days. 20 S ECTION O NE • Prepregnancy IODINE AND ZINC Maternal Weight and Weight Gain Trace minerals, such as iodine and zinc, are needed in greater quantities during pregnancy. 84 Body mass index (BMI), also known as Quetelet’s index (weight [kg]/height [m]2), is the most commonly used measure.
There is conflicting evidence about the effect of obesity on perinatal mortality. Obese women are more likely to give birth to large-for-gestational-age infants. 102,104,105 Overall, the increased need for abdominal delivery in obese women can be attributed mainly to the relatively high rates of prenatal complications and to factors such as advanced age and high parity. 102 Management of the airway in morbidly obese patients can be extremely difficult. 108 The anesthetic problems can be compounded by coexistent cardiovascular and respiratory problems.
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine, pyridoxal, and pyridoxamine) is water-soluble and found in various plant and animal products. Vitamin B6 is involved in many enzymatic reactions. Deficiency is uncommon. Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) is water-soluble and found in animal products only. Cyanocobalamin must be converted to a biologically active form (methylcobalamin or adenosylcobalamin). 79 When this reaction is impaired, hyperhomocysteinemia occurs and folate metabolism is deranged. The cobalamins are involved in fat and carbohydrate metabolism, protein synthesis, and hematopoiesis.
The chemistry of sulphonik acids, esters and their derivatives by Saul Patai, Zvi Rappoport