delivery room


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delivery room

n.
1. A room or an area in a hospital that is equipped for delivering babies.
2. A room or area set aside for making or receiving deliveries, as for circulating books in a library.

deliv′ery room`


n.
an area in a hospital equipped for delivering babies.
[1945–50]
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delivery room

n (Med) → sala f parto inv
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The story, which was published by Hollywood Life, reported that Caitlyn and Kris have been constantly arguing over the delivery room set up because Caitlyn was upset over Kris' demands.
The tragedy took place on Friday when a pregnant woman was forced to walk to the delivery room after the onset of labour.
Also, in many hospitals in the United States, there is some delay to perform the cesarean because the OR is on a different floor from the labor and delivery room and the OR staff come from home.
Most fathers have never been in a delivery room before, and so you may feel uncertain about your job.
Yet Ayda Williams did exactly that when she let her musical hubbie Robbie repeatedly film her time in the delivery room.
I agree with her about the no-man zone in the delivery room but to me this story runs much deeper.
Study authors looked for information on whether or not the mother and infant had skin-to-skin contact in the delivery room, as well as maternal age, intention to breastfeed, gestational age, mode of delivery, admission temperature and glucose testing on admission to the newborn nursery.
In situations with few resources, with low use of antenatal corticosteroids, which have many benefits for the proposed method, there are still doubts about the viability of CPAP in the delivery room (5-7).
He won't be in the delivery room, he's very squeamish and doesn't want to be around blood.
Or me who was sobbing so much that I had to be taken out of the delivery room and calmed down with endless cups of tea.
The researchers could not identify all of the factors that accounted for the increase, but concluded that the change is likely due to changes in delivery room practice.
Natural childbirth had become commonplace and men were not only in the labor room, but in the delivery room as well.