antepartum


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antepartum

[‚an·tē′pard·əm]
(medicine)
Pertaining to the period before delivery or birth.
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6% of patients of Antepartum haemorrhage in their study.
6-fold more likely to have a history of a current or past nonpsychotic mood disorder and 2-fold more likely to have had a psychotic mood disorder than did the offspring of mothers free of antepartum depression.
Antepartum screening for group B Streptococcus by three FDA-cleared molecular tests and effect of shortened enrichment culture on molecular detection rates.
Planned pregnancy and vaginal delivery were found as the most important factors in early initiation, whereas antepartum BF education was the most important factor for EBF duration in logistic analysis.
Following a consultation with gynecology oncologist, 53 subjects with adnexal mass (other than non-gynecological mass and ectopic pregnancy) undergoing excision either antepartum or during CS were selected.
In addition, students put on an "empathy belly" to experience the weight, posture, and balance issues faced by the antepartum patient.
Wilson then compares the genre/gender-bending of Prostitution to Mary Kelly's Post Partum Document (1974-79), a now canonical feminist project produced right after Antepartum that draws on Lacanian theory to chart the psychological and social development of the mother-child dyad.
Antepartum and intrapartum onset of HDP also independently predicted the chance of perinatal mortality by 6.
In the Antepartum Unit, the mother and baby are treated as one unit.
The foetal heart rate pattern including basal heart rate, beat-to-beat variation, non-stress test (NST) result and acceleration and deceleration patterns of the heart rate were determined in both groups during the antepartum period.
Pregnancy outcomes after antepartum diagnosis of oligohydramnios at or beyond 34 weeks' of gestation.
Antepartum and postpartum anticoagulation with LMWH produces lower rates of VTE in patients with a prior history of VTE in pregnancy (SOR: B, based on a prospective cohort study and extrapolation from a meta-analysis of treatment in nonpregnant patients).