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perinatal

of, relating to, or occurring in the period from about three months before to one month after birth
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Healthcare enterprises are drawn to the functions, features and interoperability of the OBIX Perinatal Data System, but now they have added peace of mind regarding the security of their patients' data.
The first boy in the perinatal center appeared a boy of 54 centimeters and weighing 3600 grams.
The Minister made the call during the Advocacy and Sensitization Meeting on Maternal and Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response (MPDSR), held recently in Abuja.
Emma joined Forget Me Not in 2013 and was the first member of the nursing team to specialise in perinatal care, taking up a role funded for the past three years by BBC Children in Need.
The mother and baby unit at Cardiff's University Hospital of Wales, which included Cardiff's perinatal mental health service, was shut down in November 2013.
In response to the report, a Welsh Government spokesman said: "The Welsh Health Specialised Services Committee has been developing options this year to improve perinatal mental healthcare in Wales and we are committed to providing specialist inpatient care in Wales.
Perinatal mortality is a reflection of the maternal health care services that are being provided to the expectant mothers.
It addresses historical perspectives and classification issues; perinatal depression, anxiety, stress, and adjustment; puerperal psychosis; childbearing in women with existing mental disorders; substance misuse; the effects of perinatal mental illness on children and the family; screening and prevention; physical treatments during pregnancy and breastfeeding; service provision in the UK; and perinatal psychiatry in multi-ethnic societies.
The expertise of perinatal and pediatric pathologists is valuable to patients and physicians, and therefore, to institutions.
Uma visao historica do programa de formacao em enfermagem perinatal na Colombia 1980 a 1990
All women who had singleton pregnancies of 24 weeks or above and suffered a perinatal death were included in the study.