His primary scientific interests are in Obstetrics, Misoprostol, Childbirth, Placebo and Uterotonic. His study in Obstetrics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Miscarriage, Abortion, Placenta, Retained placenta and Gynecology. Andrew Weeks combines subjects such as Clinical trial, Relative risk, Blood loss, First aid and Postpartum haemorrhage with his study of Misoprostol.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Apgar score, Caesarean section and Uterine tachysystole. His studies in Childbirth integrate themes in fields like Psychological intervention, Health informatics and Attendance. His Uterotonic research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Meta-analysis, Birth weight, Adverse effect and Ergometrine.
Obstetrics, Misoprostol, Randomized controlled trial, Surgery and Family medicine are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Relative risk, Placebo, Gynecology, Gestation and Childbirth in his study of Obstetrics. His Gynecology research includes elements of Placenta and Retained placenta.
His work in Misoprostol addresses issues such as Postpartum haemorrhage, which are connected to fields such as Pediatrics. His studies deal with areas such as Physical therapy and Cohort as well as Randomized controlled trial. In his study, Clinical trial is strongly linked to Informed consent, which falls under the umbrella field of Family medicine.
Andrew Weeks focuses on Obstetrics, Randomized controlled trial, Family medicine, Childbirth and Intensive care medicine. His study in Obstetrics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Carbetocin, Oxytocin, Uterotonic, Clinical trial and Misoprostol. His work deals with themes such as Relative risk, Placebo, Adverse effect and Cohort, which intersect with Randomized controlled trial.
His Placebo study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Abortion, Saline and Uterine atony. His Childbirth study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Postnatal Care, Assisted Vaginal Delivery and Live birth. His work is dedicated to discovering how Intensive care medicine, Postpartum haemorrhage are connected with Risk factor, Reproductive medicine, Meta-analysis, Population Risk and Clinical skills and other disciplines.
His primary areas of study are Randomized controlled trial, Family medicine, Placebo, Postpartum haemorrhage and Surgery. His Randomized controlled trial research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Psychological intervention, Neonatal resuscitation and Obstetrics. As a part of the same scientific study, Andrew Weeks usually deals with the Obstetrics, concentrating on Obstructed labour and frequently concerns with Public health.
Andrew Weeks interconnects Cross-sectional study, Sick leave and Obstetrics and gynaecology in the investigation of issues within Family medicine. He combines subjects such as Population Risk, Balloon tamponade, Meta-analysis, Reproductive medicine and Risk factor with his study of Postpartum haemorrhage. Andrew Weeks has included themes like Relative risk and Lower risk in his Surgery study.
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Active versus expectant management for women in the third stage of labour
Cecily M Begley;Gillian M L Gyte;Declan Devane;William McGuire.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2015)
Assessing the benefits and risks of translocations in changing environments : a genetic perspective
Andrew R. Weeks;Carla M. Sgro;Andrew G. Young;Richard Frankham.
Evolutionary Applications (2011)
Oral misoprostol for induction of labour
Zarko Alfirevic;Nasreen Aflaifel;Andrew Weeks.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2014)
From parasite to mutualist: rapid evolution of Wolbachia in natural populations of Drosophila.
Andrew R Weeks;Michael Turelli;William R Harcombe;K. Tracy Reynolds.
PLOS Biology (2007)
A Rapid Shift in a Classic Clinal Pattern in Drosophila Reflecting Climate Change
Paul Anthony Umina;Andrew R Weeks;Andrew R Weeks;Michael R Kearney;Michael R Kearney;Stephen William McKechnie;Stephen William McKechnie.
Pelvic Girdle Pain and Low Back Pain in Pregnancy: A Review
Era Vermani;Rajnish Mittal;Andrew Weeks.
Pain Practice (2010)
Incidence of a new sex-ratio-distorting endosymbiotic bacterium among arthropods
Andrew R. Weeks;Robert Velten;Richard Stouthamer.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2003)
A mite species that consists entirely of haploid females.
Andrew R. Weeks;Frantisek Marec;Johannes A. J. Breeuwer.
Shifting paradigms in restoration of the world's coral reefs
Madeleine Jh van Oppen;Madeleine Jh van Oppen;Ruth D Gates;Linda L Blackall;Neal Cantin.
Global Change Biology (2017)
Active versus expectant management for women in the third stage of labour - Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Cecily M Begley;Gillian Ml Gyte;Declan Devane;William McGuire.
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