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perinatal

of, relating to, or occurring in the period from about three months before to one month after birth
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Methods: This regional observational cohort study was conducted at the Azerbaijan Medical University, Baku, Azerbaijan, from November 2011 to January 2013, and comprised very-low-birth-weight infants admitted to the intensive care unit during the perinatal period.
There are several types of evidence-based talking therapies that have shown benefit for people with CMDs, including women in the perinatal period.
26) The peculiarity of this period in terms of biological and psychological changes has made the study of psychiatric disorders during the perinatal period an area of intense research.
A total of 6% babies were lost in the perinatal period which is quite lower than 22.
Helped establish the UAMS Women's Mental Health Program to international recognition, particularly dealing in neuropsychiatry illnesses in the perinatal period
While during the perinatal period there is potential for breakdown, there is also potential for breakthrough.
Additionally, limited interest and confidence in the effectiveness of mental health services have been cited as contributing factors in the low utilization of these services during the perinatal period (23).
Methods: The birth defects monitoring data of infants during perinatal period (28 weeks of gestation to 7 days after birth) were collected from obstetrics departments of all hospitals during 2003-2012.
Overall, nearly three-fourths of babies who died in the perinatal period were having birth weight below 2.
On preoperative evaluation, it was a full term normal delivery with no complications during prenatal and perinatal period.

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