The doctors said that it was puerperal
fever, and that it was ninety-nine chances in a hundred it would end in death.
In case of decreased lactation, "letting the puerperal
woman eat whatever she craves" may be considered harmful in case of an excessive calorie intake.
Conforme este orgao, a atencao a puerpera envolve uma visita domiciliar entre o setimo e decimo dia apos o parto, como tambem a realizacao de uma consulta puerperal
no 42 dia .
Previous reports on factors associated with reproductive disorders in buffaloes include endometritis, toxic puerperal
metritis and retained placenta was considered as the most importance one (Azawi, 2006) as the condition oftenly resulted in puerperal
metritis which culminated to infertility (Azwai and Taha, 2002).
The frequencies and cross-products of some categorical variables (health conditions during antenatal period, treatment required during antenatal period, maternal health conditions during puerperal
period, maternal treatment during puerperal
period, neonatal health conditions, and neonatal treatment) were analyzed by creating multiple-response sets.
Complications associated with delivery are very common and include uterine inertia, delayed uterine involution, puerperal
fluid pooling, laminitis and shock.
DALLAS -- Abdominal CT scans changed therapeutic management in 39% of women being unsuccessfully treated for refractory puerperal
fever, a retrospective study has determined.
About 5 cc of blood samples were taken under aseptic precautions, during the time of their admission to labor ward (predelivery) and on the 1st puerperal
 reported four cases of puerperal
sepsis among fifty-seven cases of group G Streptococcal infection.
It can cause antepartum, intrapartum, and puerperal
Ao inves disso, tais profissionais associam o infanticidio a nocao de loucura puerperal
, uma categoria biologista que tem sua origem na medicina.
Burtinshaw, a researcher and historian who runs a genealogy company in the UK, and Burt, a genealogist and family historian in the UK, use asylum records and documents to detail the identities, backgrounds, and outcomes of asylum patients in 19th-century Britain and Ireland, with discussion of asylums in different areas, life in the asylum, staff, criminals and insanity, the definitions of imbecile and idiot, and the medical and social understanding of mental health disorders and the methods used by doctors attempting to cure them, including epilepsy, general paralysis, suicide, and puerperal
insanity, as well as mania, melancholia, dementia, and congenital conditions, with case studies for illustration.