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full-term

adj
of or relating to a pregnancy that lasted the full nine months
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Adj.1.full-term - gestated for the entire duration of normal pregnancy; "a healthy full-term baby"
mature - having reached full natural growth or development; "a mature cell"
premature - born after a gestation period of less than the normal time; "a premature infant"
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We know from previous research on full-term newborns that not only are fetuses hearing, but they're also listening and learning", Monson added.
Barbieri's views on handling certain circumstances in which patients these days land in the labor room, including 1) postdated pregnancy with reduced fetal movements and not in labor; 2) full-term/ postterm pregnancy with free-floating head and poor Bishop score; 3) full-term pregnancy with niggling pains for more than 1 week; and many such conditions that place you in the dilemma of whether to induce, knowing that chances of failure are high.
In the study, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the researchers investigated hospitalizations of children up to age 18 to determine the impact that early-term versus full-term gestation had on pediatric health and hospitalizations.
The York's location arid various amenities attracts a wide range of home seekers, and given the client's portfolio and reputation, we were able to achieve a favorable structure and full-term interest-only payments.
PRETERM INFANTS are at greater risk for pertussis than full-term infants, according to a population-based study from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
The killing of a full-term baby with an injection is murder.
Babies delivered by early elective C-sections were 60% more likely to stay longer in the hospital, and more than twice as likely to have respiratory distress, compared to full-term infants.
To disentangle the roles played by neural maturation and environmental exposure in relation to gaze following, PeEaAa and colleagues decided to compare the gaze following abilities of preterm and full-term infants.
A full-term baby is born between 37 weeks to 42 weeks of gestation.
During the last weeks of pregnancy, from week 37 to 40, a baby's lungs and brain fully mature, and babies born full-term by the new definition have, on average, the best health outcomes.
In total, 29% of children born after a full-term pregnancy, and 21% of those born prematurely, were breast fed for at least four months.
Since that's passed, and there's no real emergency - the Legislature isn't meeting until January, by which time Swinford's full-term replacement will be ready to be sworn in - a spokeswoman for Gov.