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postnatal

[pōs′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Subsequent to birth.
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Women applying for support late in pregnancy No woman should be dispersed after 34 weeks gestation, or sooner than 6 weeks postnatally.
In our series, out of 4 patients with a presumed diagnosis of a PUV and urinomas during the pre-natal period, only 1 patient survived postnatally, and no renal function was detected ipsilateral to the urinoma in that patient.
Postnatally, diet or diet plus exercise interventions resulted in statistically significant weight loss up to 12 months post-delivery in overweight or obese women or women who gained excess weight in pregnancy (Amorim Adegboye et al 2007).
Every mother who attended the PMTCT clinic six weeks postnatally, irrespective of her HIV status, was eligible to be enrolled in the study if she (1) had a singleton birth with a live, full-term baby, and (2) was able to communicate in either English or IsiXhosa.
The management of postnatally diagnosed placenta accreta is more challenging, as the diagnosis is usually made in an emergency situation with little or no time for planning.
We already know that maternal depression both during pregnancy and postnatally influences a variety of domains of infant development a attachment to mother, cognition, behavior, and temperament, for example," Oberlander explained in a phone interview.
She read the infant's chart prior to the examination and she was aware that sonograms had been performed both prenatally and postnatally to assess the infants condition.
The neonate was treated postnatally with exchange transfusion and neonatal anemia significantly improved following transfusion with Kell-negative blood.
In cases of posterior fossa anomalies, only 60% of prenatal MRI diagnoses are confirmed postnatally.
instances, the use of the word ['person'] is such that it has application only postnatally.
A US study which overcame this design issue (9), using a retrospective cross-sectional design, surveyed women postnatally (n=4239), and whilst targeting herbal medicine use, likewise found that patterns of use varied throughout gestation.
Resulting adult F (1) females were bred to generate f (2) offspring, whose development was monitored postnatally.