prenatal


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prenatal

Informal a prenatal examination

prenatal

[prē′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Existing or occurring before birth.
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Information on prenatal HBsAg screening was available for 936 (97%) women, 905 (97%) of whom received prenatal HBsAg screening.
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Healthcare company TherapeuticsMD (NYSE MKT:TXMD) reported on Monday that it has achieved a new compliance packaging in the prenatal vitamins market.
Based upon prenatal ultrasonography using Antrerio posterior diameter 37 patients had mild hydronephrosis 14 had moderate and 13 had severe hydronephrosis.
Brian Boutwell said that the interesting issue is that not all children exposed to prenatal smoking will have behavioral problems.
Parents confirmed prenatal cigarette smoke exposure in about 16 percent of the adolescents.
Debates over prenatal testing, disability, and public education are
The negative effects of exposure to such toxins as cocaine, marijuana, tobacco, alcohol, and lead on prenatal development are well known.
Nurses and physicians have an outstanding opportunity to build a strong prenatal program for pregnant moms by having nurse practitioners adopt a more active role in delivering prenatal education.
Prenatal exposure to organophosphate pesticides has been associated with alterations children's neurobehavioral development.
Prenatal surgery to repair myelomeningoceles significantly reduced the need for shunts at 1 year of age and improved children's motor function at age 30 months, compared with children who had surgery after birth, based on data from a randomized trial of 183 pregnant women.
prescription prenatal vitamins NataFort and NataChew, along with related U.