multiparous


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Related to multiparous: nulliparous, grand multipara

multiparous

(of certain species of mammal) producing many offspring at one birth
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The cesarean section rate in primipara decreased, but the cesarean section rate in multiparous women increased to 53.
In our cohort, we found that women at risk for exceeding GWG goals are normal and underweight women before pregnancy rather than overweight and obese ones, less aged (<35 years old), nulliparous and primiparous women comparing with multiparous ones.
The purpose of our study was to find out the obstetrical complications, mode of delivery and post partum complications of un-booked grand multiparous women, so as to propose certain recommendations to increase awareness about antenatal care and providing efficient health care facilities to these women at door step to improve the outcome.
Among primipara, 102(67%) had normal BMI, while only 50(32%) of multiparous had normal BMI.
It advises that a prolonged latent phase (for example, greater than 20 hours in nulliparous women and greater than 14 hours in multiparous women) should not be an isolated indication for cesarean delivery.
6%) of vacuum deliveries, with a higher rate occurring in nulliparous compared with multiparous women (9.
KEY WORDS: red king crab Paralithodes camtschaticus, primiparous, multiparous, fecundity, size-fecundity relationship, Bristol Bay, Alaska
These migrations are either targeted toward pubescent-primiparous females, those that will soon terminally molt and then brood their first clutch after mating, or toward multiparous females, those carrying clutches in subsequent years (Lovrich et al.
To test this, multiparous beef cows were divided randomly into a control group (CON; n = 15) consuming ad libitum a diet containing 90% corn stover and 10% corn silage (DM basis) and a treatment group (SUP; n = 12) consuming the same basal diet and DDGS (0.
The ratio of nulliparous women to multiparous women was similar overall between the two cohorts (COMCORD 45.