intrapartum


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intrapartum

[¦in·trə¦pär·dəm]
(medicine)
Occurring during parturition.
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The rate of other intrapartum complications like abruptio placentae, cord prolapse, shoulder dystocia and retained placenta were not significantly different among the two groups as also confirmed by Roman et al3 and Humphrey5 in their studies.
Intrapartum events and content of delivery notes are shown in Table 1.
Keywords: Uncomplicated primigravida, Intrapartum obstetric risk factor.
During oxygen deficiency or Intrapartum hypoxia, in the heart muscle cells, anaerobic metabolism is initiated in order to sustain energy production and myocardial function.
Vaginal washes with intrapartum chlorhexidine are thought to reduce neonatal sepsis by preventing newborn acquisition of bacteria that colonise the mother's vagina during labour and delivery.
This paper describes the findings of a retrospective audit of one DHB's compliance with its current evidence-based policy for intrapartum fetal heart rate monitoring.
SAN DIEGO -- The development of cerebral palsy is associated with adverse intrapartum events in about 27% of term infants and 38% of preterm infants with the condition, according to findings from a large, retrospective population-based cohort analysis.
This article originally was designed to examine technology that provided data on the oxygenation of the fetus during the intrapartum (or laboring) period of the birthing experience.
The AAJ Exchange can help--with two new birth injury litigation packets: "Improper Labor Induction Methods" and "Cerebral Palsy and Intrapartum Hypoxia.
The comment came during an inquest in Birmingham on Charlie Edwards, who died as a result of intrapartum hypoxia - oxygen starvation during birth - in December 2003.