intrapartum


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intrapartum

(ˌɪntrəˈpɑːtəm)
adj
(Medicine) med of or relating to childbirth or delivery: intrapartum care.
[C20: New Latin, from intra- + partum, from partus birth]
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Abro et al14 and Jacquemyn et al15 in their studies also concluded that grand multipara are high risk obstetric patients and that intrapartum and neonatal complications like malpresentation and macrosomia are seen more commonly in them.
The objectives were to: (i) determine the proportion of vaginal births that are live breech deliveries; (ii) describe antenatal and intrapartum events associated with vaginal breech births; (iii) audit clinical notes of vaginal breech births; and (iv) describe perinatal outcomes.
Objective: To ascertain whether primiparity is an intrapartum obstetric risk factor for maternal and perinatal outcome.
As part of the WHO Global Survey on Maternal and Perinatal Health, cross-sectional information was collected on 287,035 women during the intrapartum period, from admission until discharge, in 373 health care institutions in 24 countries between 2004-2005 in Africa and Latin America and 2007-2008 in Asia.
Ex Utero Intrapartum Treatment Procedure: A Peripartum Management Strategy In Particularly Challenging Cases.
2) Studies have shown that 3-28% of cases of CP are associated with Intrapartum asphyxia.
The text covers the concepts of reproduction, foetal development, normal pregnancy, the intrapartum and postpartum periods, the normal newborn, and complications in the mother and the newborn.
Long Beach) present 29 chapters on reproduction, fetal development, normal pregnancy, the intrapartum and postpartum periods, the normal newborn, complications in the mother and newborn, and ethical and legal issues, in an outline format.
Elective caesarean section, together with intrapartum intravenous ZDV, is offered and ZDV is given to the neonate.
Washington, Apr 21 (ANI): Better family planning, provision of safe abortion, and improved intrapartum and emergency obstetrical care could reduce maternal mortality in India by 75 percent in less than a decade, a study has claimed.
The fact that sepsis occurs so early provides particular opportunities to prevent intrapartum and vertical transmission of bacteria to neonates.
The assessment of fetal well-being during labour is one component of a total package of intrapartum care provided to women.