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gravid

[′grav·əd]
(zoology)
Of the uterus, containing a fetus.
Pertaining to female animals when carrying young or eggs.
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Maternal demographics Mean [+ or -] SD (range) Age at admission, years 31.0 [+ or -] 7.5 (19-54) Gravidity, n 4.0 [+ or -] 3.6 (1-17) Parity, n 2.0 [+ or -] 3.2 (0-15) Abortion, n 1.0 [+ or -] 1.0 (0-3) Gestational age at 11.0 [+ or -] 3.2 (6-22) admission, weeks Table 2: Percentages of sonographic features in different types of GTD.
In the present study baseline characteristics such as age, gravidity, gestational age and indication for induction of labour were distributed equally across the treatment arms.
Variables other than pregnancy intention were significantly associated with antenatal care use and they were maternal occupation, wealth index, participation in household decision and gravidity. Odds of ANC use were two times higher for government employers when compared with housewives (AOR=2.33, 95% CI; 1.01-5.35).
There was no statistically significant difference ( P > 0.05) between the two groups in patient's age, menarche age, gravidity, parity, CA125 level, ovarian lesions, menopausal status, combined benign gynecological conditions (such as myoma and adenomyoma) and endometrial abnormalities, and surgical approach or surgical staging, as seen in [Table 2].
Similarly, anaemia was associated with gravidity whereby cases of anaemia were more common in women with higher gravidity (p<0.001) as shown in Table 2.
There were no significant differences between the study and control groups in terms of age, BMI, mean gravidity or mean parity as summarized in Table-I.
No statistically significant difference was observed between the study and control groups in terms of maternal and gestational age, gravidity, parity abortus, occupation, housing, and education levels.
The covariates used for adjustment, described earlier, were those for which we had information and that could plausibly affect abortion procurement: age, marital status, religion, student status, gestational age, gravidity, number of previous abortions and whether the woman actually procured an abortion.
The two groups were generally comparable at baseline; however, the placebo group had more gravidity than the chamomile group.
For numerical variables like age, gravidity, baseline diastolic BP, follow up diastolic BP, mean +- SD were calculated.
Other collected data included the duration of operation and anesthesia (time of sensory block), total IV fluid administration, cause of cesarean, gravidity, and side effects (maternal unconsciousness and respiratory depression).