post-natal

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Translations

post-natal

[ˈpəʊstˈneɪtl]
A. ADJpostnatal, pos(t)parto
B. CPD post-natal depression Ndepresión f pos(t)parto

post-natal

(pəusˈneitl) adjective
concerned with, or happening, in the period after birth.
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The Provider will be expected to work in close partnership with a full range of health professionals and community workers who support families during pregnancy and post-natally in line with the Healthy Child Programme.
However, the report did say that despite the findings, survey data collected post-natally from 500 women who used the services at all three sites during the past year (since the changes) have shown overwhelmingly positive responses.
The perinatal specialist has also expanded her work to focus on groups for parents with mental health problems during the antenatal period and also parents and babies post-natally.
9 kg/m2 -- is linked with a range of adverse outcomes for mothers and babies during pregnancy, the birth and post-natally.
We provide care and support for women and their families ante-natally, during labour and post-natally.
Post-natally, binocular connections develop in V1 (leading eventually to stereopsis), and this binocularity also allows nasal to temporal motion sensitivity to develop, which is relayed to the opposite MST via the corpus callosum.
Any post-natal exercises need to help repair the pelvic floor and the body core, she says, and high-impact exercises aren't appropriate post-natally.
Review studies suggest that omega-3s positively affect prenatal neurodevelopment, although this cognitive-enhancing effect sometimes diminishes post-natally with maturation.
6) However, it also says that if early contact is not possible, this sensitive period can be compensated for post-natally by repeated episodes of ongoing close contact between mother and baby.
Overall, the odds of mother-to-infant transmission were about three times as high among mothers who had been infected post-natally as among those who had been HIV-positive at delivery (rate ratio, 2.