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  • n. The suppression of uterine contractions.

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  • In an accompanying editorial, researchers say that this study serves as a timely reminder that the decision to use tocolysis should not be taken lightly.

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  • But it is still unclear whether tocolysis is safe for both mother and baby, so the use of these drugs to stop labour remains controversial.

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  • It safety of tocolysis to mothers and babies remains unknown, said U.S.

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  • Multiple drug tocolysis led to five serious adverse drug reactions (1. 6\%).

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  • "After 30 years of research we still do not know whether tocolysis benefits the fetus, so the choice of which drug to use remains a secondary question.

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  • "After 30 years of research, we still do not know whether tocolysis benefits the fetus, so the choice of which drug to use remains a secondary question.

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