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.
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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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For this reason, midwives, who are the most important members of the delivery team, should be prepared and trained against all risks, and this is important for the overall success of delivery room management.
class="MsoNormalCONCERNED NURSE class="MsoNormal"Are you accompanying her into the delivery room?" An elderly lady in a blue dress with a white collar and black flat shoes asked, giving me a very concerned look.
Kate Whitfield, a journalist for (https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1069650/royal-baby-birth-will-prince-harry-be-in-room-when-meghan-markle-gives-birth) Express , said that royal traditions suggest the dad is not allowed to be in the delivery room while his wife is giving birth.
If she doesn't trust me in the delivery room, then what does that say about us?
At Children's National in 2004 we developed a risk stratification protocol to predict transitional and perinatal "levels of care" in which we prospectively determine, based on specific fetal echocardiographic findings, the likelihood of hemodynamic instability in the delivery room and the need for specialty care in the delivery room and in the first days and weeks of life.
Eventually a doctor arrived at the delivery room and Mrs Baines was transferred to theatre for an emergency caesarian section at Wythenshawe Hospital, it was heard.
The patient's family said Puja Devi was being escorted by two hospital nurses as she slowly walked from the delivery room, where she had been admitted to for the past two days, to the labour room when the baby suddenly slipped from her womb and suffered critical head injuries.
"She reported severe labour pain around midnight and I reported the matter to the nurse on duty." According to Kumar, there was no doctor on duty in the maternity ward on the night and nurses had to hold out candles as the expectant mother was wheeled into the delivery room. The inverter installed in the room also broke down, unable to standby for long hours at a stretch.
To perform this in the delivery room, as suggested in Dr.
She and Jamie welcomed the fifth addition to their family with their eldest daughters - aged 14 and 13 - in the delivery room and even helping cut the umbilical cord.
The person gleaming with joy in the pic is none other than Ruby's doting hubby director Sameh Abdel Aziz , who was by her side in the delivery room, and looks chuffed to bits at being a daddy again - Sameh has three other girls with his first wife.
ONE BORN EVERY MINUTE Channel 4, 9.00pm In years gone by, fathers were often barred from the delivery room. Nowadays it's a different story, and this documentary series turns its attention away from the mothers-to-be, and instead focuses on the roles the various boyfriends, fiances, partners and husbands play in the labour suite.