postdelivery

postdelivery

(ˌpəʊstdɪˈlɪvərɪ)
adj
of, relating to, or occurring after a delivery
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Complications developed in some patients, with postdelivery hemorrhage occurring most frequently (11.
According to the forum, midwives had to arrange for a pregnant woman to be moved out of one HMO over concern for her post-partum - or postdelivery - health, as carrying her 16-month-old daughter up and down the stairs to her top-floor room caused or exacerbated hypertension.
They completed study questionnaires in the postdelivery ward to provide detailed information on maternal age, prepregnancy body mass index (BMI), maternal education, occupation, self-reported smoking status, alcohol consumption, place of residence, use of medication, parity, and newborn's ethnicity.
I hope the study will prompt some thought about why opioids are being prescribed for women after vaginal delivery and how to best manage postdelivery pain.
Twelvemonth contraceptive continuation and repeat pregnancy among young mothers choosing postdelivery contraceptive implants or postplacental intrauterine devices.
Microcephaly diagnosis relies on ultrasonography during pregnancy, physical birth examination, and/or autopsy of still-birth or miscarriage products, and postdelivery follow-up.
This involves simply running a 500-mL bag of oxytocin (30 units in 500 mL of D5W) at a constant rate of 50 mL/hour, which provides 50 mU/min oxytocin over the first 10 hours postdelivery.
Where the population prevalence of anemia is high, along with regular IFA supplementation initiatives, there should be a specific component of continued IFA supplementation for the first 3 months postdelivery.
Further characteristics that were found to be statistically significant in the secondary analysis, potentially attributable to the proportions in Group 4, were as follows: 100% of the mothers were from Canada, they had the least number of prenatal visits, 100% were found to be HIV-negative postdelivery, 75% of mothers presented to their delivery without the involvement of the partner, and 100% were known or suspected of using substance, as well as smoking, being unemployed, and not receiving AZT intrapartum (Table 6).
The number of postdelivery visits for the TSB socket group was significantly higher than for the HS socket group (4.
Previously, studies of the placenta have been limited to ultrasounds, blood tests, and the examination of postdelivery placental tissue.
The interview was modified for PASS (27) and administered at recruitment (between 6 weeks' gestation and through but not including delivery), each prenatal visit (20-24, 28-32, and 34-38 weeks), and 1 month postdelivery.