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parturient

[pär′tu̇r·ē·ənt]
(medicine)
In labor; giving birth.
Of or pertaining to parturition.
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The study participants were all consenting HIV positive parturients and HIV negative parturients to serve as controls.
The present study was conducted in 60 term, primi or second gravida parturients with active phase of labor, with cervical dilatation 3-5 cm, with single fetus, vertex presentation belonging to ASA Class I or II.
A good proposition is one that fills a clinical need, is acceptable to the parturient, is practical, and improves workflow in the inpatient obstetric setting.
The eligible participants were parturients aged between 20 and 40 years who were candidates for elective cesarean section under general anesthesia.
Objective: To assess the acceptability and safety of immediate postpartum intrauterine contraceptive device insertion among parturient having cardiac disease and to determine gynecological and cardiac complications at follow up at four to six weeks and at six months.
Three large-sample prospective observational studies successfully reported their experience of using different types of the LMAs in more than 4700 parturients and reported no cases of aspiration but one case of regurgitation, although it should be noted that low-risk patients were selected in these studies.
sup][1] Despite advances and improved anesthetic techniques the management of parturients with cardiac valvular pathology can be challenging.
Study parturients were randomised as per the computer based randomised table and were placed in either of the two Group A PCEA and Group B CIEA.
Height, weight, and the spread of subarachnoid hyperbaric bupivacaine in the term parturient.
A total of 352 emergency Caesarean sections were performed for indications other than hypertensive disorders on parturients at between 37 and 42 weeks of gestation whose pregnancies were booked.
This physiologic process is usually unnoticeable in healthy parturients.
This clinical trial was conducted on 70 multiparous parturients undergoing labor from May to July 2006 at the maternity unit of the Tamin Ejtemai Hospital, Torbat Heydariyeh City, Iran.