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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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Philips Medical System has a longstanding commitment to obstetrical care.
Frequent obstetrical emergencies observed were pre-eclampsia 53(27.
The purpose of our study was to find out the obstetrical complications, mode of delivery and post partum complications of un-booked grand multiparous women, so as to propose certain recommendations to increase awareness about antenatal care and providing efficient health care facilities to these women at door step to improve the outcome.
Main features: Acquisition of gynecological and obstetrical ultrasound simulator for Health Simulation Centre of Lille University Faculty of Medicine and Health Law) (Presage
Ascitic fluid in the present case could be removed with application of long obstetrical hook in umbilicus and dead fetus was successfully delivered.
The increase in obstetrical acuity, technology, obstetrical interventions, and high-alert medications consume the focus and time of the nurses which allows little time to offer support to the laboring woman.
The pattern of SAMM includes; massive obstetrical hemorrhage, severe HTN, severe sepsis, thromboembolism, uterine inversion, rupture and ruptured ectopic pregnancy and hepatic and cardiopulmonary/ other major organ system dysfunction arising in pregnancy.
In June, I presented a GHA/GNA telenet program focused on how to encourage obstetrical health care providers, the nursing community and consumers to understand the importance of eliminating early deliveries by identifying resources and addressing strategies to overcome some of the barriers to implementation.
3), and a modest, nonsignificant increase in obstetrical wound infection (OR, 1.
Figure 1 The probability (p) of an obstetrical brachial plexus palsy (obpp) is directly proportinal to the magnitude (m) and acceleration (a) of the stretching force, and the cosine formed by the vector of the stretching force and the axis of the most vulnerable brachial plexus merve bundle (cos of [theta] @ bp); and inversely proportional to the resistance (r) of the most vulnerable brachial plexus nerve bundle (n) and of the shoulder girdle muscles (mu), joints and bones (b) p of obpp = m * a * cos theta @ bp/r (n+mu+j+b)
Our study used data from 365 hospitals in six states that responded to a survey on the organization and staffing of obstetrical and obstetrical anesthesia services and 1.
Washington, Apr 21 (ANI): Better family planning, provision of safe abortion, and improved intrapartum and emergency obstetrical care could reduce maternal mortality in India by 75 percent in less than a decade, a study has claimed.