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obstetric

[äb′ste·trik]
(medicine)
Of or pertaining to obstetrics.
Of or pertaining to pregnancy and childbirth.
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The modern obstetrical care is not just about electronic monitoring of the patient, it is also about tender loving care of pregnant women, neonates and the whole family,' he pointed out, adding that the community and midwives were playing a very important role in this regard.
82.8% of the women where pain was attributed to obstetrical cause required surgical management.
All nine hundred and fifty one obstetrical and gynecological patients who reported in gynecological outpatient department were included through non probability convenience sampling technique.
Then a obstetrical hook was passed subcutaneously to distal part till the shoulder joint was reached.
Methods: In this study pregnant women between 28-40 weeks gestational period and delivered women in their puerperal period up to 42 days after delivery having acute renal problems associated with obstetrical emergencies were included.
Regarding obstetrical complications 3(6%) patients had placenta previa, 3(6%) had placental abruption, 7(14%) had mal presentation, 3(6%) had obstructed labor and 34(68%) didn't had complications.
The research, "The clinical utility of DNA-based screening for fetal aneuploidy by primary obstetrical care providers in the general pregnancy population," was funded by a grant from Natera, Inc., and the DNAFirst test was primarily based on Natera's Panorama offering.
Obstetrical Acute Kidney Injury: 25 Years'Experience from Nephrology Care Unit in Pakistan.
This study was to provide a scientific basis for better control of obstetrical and neonatal diseases and better allocation of medical resources by analyzing the epidemiological characteristics of obstetrical diseases in the mainland of China.
A new study analyzed pain, fertility, and obstetrical outcomes such as pregnancy for 450 women with endometriosis who were assigned to one of these treatment options.
Confluence Health physician Rita Hsu, MD, was recently elected president of the Washington State Obstetrical Association (WSOA).
But if FPs can deliver pediatric care, practice internal medicine, and provide obstetrical and gynecologic care on par with physicians trained in their respective specialties, why should our thirst for additional knowledge and training be curtailed?