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antenatal

[¦an·te¦nād·əl]
(medicine)
Occurring or existing before birth.
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High burden of maternal mortality and morbidity in developing countries can be reduced by ensuring antenatal care visits and births with skilled and experienced care providers during labour.
Depressed pregnant women are more likely to suffer from obstetrical impediments like pre-eclampsia.9,10 The children of mother with depression may experience impaired neurological, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral growth.11 A large number of epidemiological studies have revealed that 10-15% of women of childbearing age show depressive symptoms.11,12 The highest prevalence estimates of antepartum suicidal ideation (23-33%) have been accounted in studies conducted in the United States.13 The prevalence of antenatal depression was 14.2% in Brazil,14 19% in Jordan,15.5% in Malta,15 25% in Jamaica, more than 48.4% in Pakistan.16-17
Antenatal izlemlerinde polihidroamniyoz saptandigi ve durdurulamayan preterm eylem nedeniyle preterm dogumun gerceklestigi ogrenildi.
Our Study aims to assess expectant mother's perspective about breastfeeding counseling they received during antenatal visits.
To ascertain the outcome of antenatal hydronephrosis.
The report adds: "A decision was made to transfer Miss Kalampoki to the delivery suite on November 30, 2015 despite her not completing her rotation on the antenatal ward in order to give her a chance to demonstrate her skills in another area."
Antenatal classes, which are free on the NHS, help expectant mums and dads prepare for the arrival of their newborn and offer advice about pain relief during labour, relaxation, the birth itself and feeding techniques.
One study that examined the differential effect of antenatal corticosteroid treatment on infant respiratory outcomes by prenatal exposure to cigarette smoking found preterm infants exposed to prenatal smoking had a decrease risk in respiratory distress syndrome among those receiving antenatal corticosteroids (Burguet et al., 2005).
'She urged the court to compel Saleh to provide feeding allowance of N35,000 monthly, N250,000 to renew her rent and N11,000 to settle her antenatal care bills.
There were 435 women aged between 30 and 34 years old at the time of booking an antenatal appointment at the trust at the start of this year.