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parturient

[pär′tu̇r·ē·ənt]
(medicine)
In labor; giving birth.
Of or pertaining to parturition.
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The AWS appears useful for the parturient with haemodynamic instability due to massive haemorrhage.
The story of how Saint Michael, the militant defender of orthodoxy par excellence, saved a parturient woman from the dangers of the sea was undeniably a striking miracle, but evidently did not quite conform to medieval clerical ideas of saintly propriety, especially as concerned the interaction of male intercessors with ordinary women.
Failure of voluntary testing for human immunodeficiency virus to identify infected parturient women in a high-risk population.
We have demonstrated (Duhard 1989a; 1989b) that Upper Palaeolithic art showed pregnant or parturient women and scenes of copulation.
All cases produced sepsis in the patients, except 1 case that produced diarrheal disease in a 34-year-old parturient woman who had undergone a splenectomy.
We describe a 37-week gestation parturient who presented with cardiogenic shock secondary to spontaneous left main coronary artery dissection.
Relationship between over feeding conditioning in the dairy Peroid and the problems of high producing dairy cows during the post parturient period.
Based on the literature in the non-pregnant population and on the obese parturient literature, we believe that women with OSA whether due to obesity or to craniofacial features, should be considered at increased risk of complications with general anaesthesia as well as with the use of certain medication including narcotics.
Analysis of blubber from premature and term sea lion pups and parturient sea lion cows demonstrated that high maternal organochlorine concentrations are transferred to the fetus (Greig et al.
Ramsrud (2007) found that parturient female moose select habitats characterized by relatively low levels of human activity (roads and houses) and of rather poor forage quality, whereas males were rather indiscriminate with respect to human activity and land cover.