delivery

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delivery

1. Sport
a. the act or manner of bowling or throwing a ball
b. the ball so delivered
2. Law an actual or symbolic handing over of property, a deed, etc.
3. Engineering the discharge rate of a compressor or pump
4. (in South Africa) the supply of basic services to communities deprived under apartheid
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Simulation training and resident performance of singleton vaginal breech delivery.
Emergency CS was booked, but she progressed to the second stage of labour, and an assisted breech delivery was attended by a medical officer.
Had doctors reviewed Pauline's notes from her previous four pregnancies, they would have realised she had a fibroid and had endured a previous breech delivery.
If they had seen records of Pauline Loraine's previous four births, they would have realised she had a "fibroid" in her womb and endured a previous breech delivery.
Fifteen minutes later, a premature but healthy baby girl came out feet first, a breech delivery.
Pugh's failure to seek medical help during the breech delivery in the bathroom of her former home at 263 Purchase St.
Erb's palsy might follow a difficult forceps delivery, (the Emperor Wilhelm 1st of Germany at the time of the First World War had this deformity, which he hid under a long cloak), while Klumke's palsy might result from a difficult breech delivery with an after-coming arm.
Developmental dysplasia of the hip: This problem is more frequent in children of a breech delivery.
They preferred the term "intact dilation and extraction," better to keep anyone from understanding what they were talking about: namely, the partial breech delivery of a baby, until an abortionist can pierce its skull with a sharp instrument and vacuum out its brains.
These expensive models are often purchased by academic institutions that are interested in simulation for a multitude of purposes, including team training, but such models are not necessary to simulate at least several obstetric emergencies, including vaginal breech delivery, shoulder dystocia, and the use of forceps.