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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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However, it should be considered that the diagnosis of GDM itself shifts obstetric practice toward operative delivery because of its association with macrosomia.
Place a warm compress in late second stage Adduct the thighs at delivery--position 90 degrees or less Straighten the legs at delivery--position 90 degrees or less Support the perineum--Hands on Aim lateral if episiotomy needed Go slow, control the head; deliver after contraction Excel at operative delivery Superb repair technique
Deliveries occurring more than 12hrs after PROM put the mother at risk of having an operative delivery and minor infections, and put the baby at risk of fetal distress, sepsis.
While other factors may contribute to operative delivery and further investigation of gestational weight gain is warranted, it is important obstetricians be aware of the impact of a high BMI on pregnancy and delivery to properly advise women considering motherhood.
The increase in caesarean section rates is in some circumstances based on scientific evidence; the use of electronic fetal monitoring during labour and the risks of dystocia due to operative vaginal delivery and vaginal breech delivery have legitimately increased the rates of operative delivery.
They address aspects of labor that create excessive operative delivery rates and discontent, the physiological requirements for a safe birth, and the principles and practice of proactive support of labor, addressing cultural differences throughout the book.
Outcome of subsequent pregnancy three years after previous operative delivery in the second stage of labour: cohort study.
Likewise, the rate of operative delivery did not differ between groups (49 50%).
A similar number in both groups - around half - had to have an operative delivery such as a Caesarean or using forceps.
Their objective was to determine whether a policy of delayed pushing for these women with continuous-infusion epidural analgesia reduces the risk of difficult delivery (that is, cesarean delivery, operative delivery from a midpelvic position, low-pelvic procedures with rotation greater than 45 degrees).