birthing room


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birthing room

n.
An area of a hospital or outpatient medical facility equipped for labor, delivery, and postpartum care and designed as a homelike environment.
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We had no clue why I was asked to go to the hospital's birthing room.
Jack is removed from the birthing room and the trouble begins.
A doctor entered the birthing room a short time later and asked her if she wanted to sign a "do not rescuscitate" order.
363, includes an outpatient clinic, medical laboratories, an x-ray laboratory, an emergency room, and a birthing room.
General Brock was present at the time of Esther's birth, 14 June 1812, and he sent a bottle of wine to the birthing room, at The Searl Hotel in Amherstburg, where Almania worked as a cook.
Tonight, a man who is trying to make his wife comfortable in the birthing room (impossible); a lesbian couple and a macho man who comes over all nervous around heavily pregnant women.
In the birthing room, the woman is usually shown in the supine position, with the lower half of her body covered with a hospital sheet, quite often strapped to a fetal monitor, screaming and cursing.
Additional phases, including a birthing room and a recovery room, will be built later.
Two options were put forward, reinstatement of deliveries with an increased number of midwives on a rota basis, or creating a 24/7 on-call system for delivery of care during labour either at home or at a birthing room in Berwick, with in-patient post-natal care for up to six hours.
After the terrifying labour, the charity worker was so ill she couldn't be moved from the birthing room and had to receive one-to-one intensive care there for three days.
The birthing room with pool would please any parents-to-be with its tranquil ambience and creature comforts.
Teaching a session in a birthing room gives parents the opportunity to reclaim the space before the birth.