Health Update: Sound advice

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ULTRASOUND in pregnancy should not be used routinely, but only to screen for foetal malformation with the consent of the woman, say Swiss researchers. In a study of 15,935 pregnancies, published in the British Medical Journal, they found that the technique, although effective in detecting malformations, did not cut perinatal death rates or increase the numbers of live births.

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