obstetric clinic

Translations

obstetric clinic

nEntbindungsheim nt, → Geburtsklinik f
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 For the double-blinded, controlled and randomized study, the researchers observed 78 expecting women from the Barnes-Jewish Hospital obstetric clinic in St.
The current randomised, controlled, the double-blinded study enrolled 78 mothers from Barnes-Jewish Hospital obstetric clinic in St.
Presenting early experiences from an obstetric clinic dedicated to care of women with opioid use disorder (OUD), Craig Towers, MD, said that the clinic began seeing patients in November 2016.
Regular antenatal follow-up in a high-risk obstetric clinic and during delivery considering the possibility of safe in utero transfer to a tertiary care center is recommended.
A 32 year female patient who was operated on due to ectopic pregnancy in the obstetric clinic was consulted to our clinic due to abdominal pain on the 2nd postoperative day.
The focus was on high risk patients in an outpatient obstetric clinic serviced by a hospital based residency-training program.
Andrews, who moved to the area from Wales four years ago, has begun twice-weekly antenatal assessment clinics, which run either immediately before or after an obstetric clinic. The core midwives pick up the secondary care these women may need, eg screening for gestational diabetes or monitoring the baby's heart rate, and generally supporting the work of the LMCs within the hospital.
In rural areas, the patients accumulated within the 30-bed ward and emergency department (collectively called a "hospital") are not necessarily palliative care patients or post-operative surgical patients or cardiac monitoring/arrest or an obstetric clinic. But all too often all these groups of patients are represented within the hospital.
In a study of 1,515 pregnant women at an obstetric clinic in London, Perkin, Peacock, and Anderson (1993) found no relationship between depression and an increased risk for nonspontaneous onset of labor, major analgesia in the first or second stages of labor, assisted vaginal delivery, or preterm delivery.
She said: "The procedure is often referred to as female genital mutilation, and having seen the results in patients who attended my obstetric clinic, mutilation is the most accurate description."