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postnatal

[pōs′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Subsequent to birth.
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Antenatally, wheezing was associated with maternal passive smoke exposure and postnatally, with any household member smoking.
Flohr said "there is a signal" that maternal intake of probiotics including lactobacilli and bifidobacteria in the third trimester and postnatally may reduce a child's risk of developing AD by encouraging establishment of a more diverse gut microflora (Epidemiology 2012 May;23[3]:402-14).
However, there are few published reports describing postnatally acquired Zika virus disease among children.
The eCALD Maternai Health for CALD Women Resource for Health Providers is designed to assist health providers caring for CALD migrant and refugee women during pregnancy, birth and postnatally.
Essential oil profiles of the oils that can be safely used in pregnancy, birth and postnatally are also included.
The objective of maternal pertussis vaccination is twofold: it induces or boosts antibody responses in the pregnant woman, which protects the infant through early infancy, and it protects the mother against pertussis infection that may be passed on to her infant postnatally.
She said: "Eibhlin contracted the virus postnatally and we may never know from whom or when it happened.
For one patient, mitral valve commissurotomy was done postnatally.
It suggests clinicians should consider the effect on a woman's mental health during pregnancy and postnatally and refer her for psychological support if needed.
He aims to integrate two rapidly converging streams of developmental research: psychological studies of the critical interactive experiences that influence the development of socioemotional functions and neurobiological studies of the ontogeny of postnatally maturing brain structure that come to regulate these same functions.
children with postnatally acquired developmental disabilities were more likely to have multiple disabilities than other children identified with developmental disabilities, suggesting that postnatally acquired disabilities have a greater impact on a child's health status.
Caption: Staining with a dye called Oil Red O shows increased lipid accumulation in the livers of mice exposed prenatally to arsenic (IU and IU+), compared with unexposed mice (CTRL) and those exposed only postnatally (PN).