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gestation

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the condition of carrying a developing fetus within the uterus

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A study conducted by Low has found that, among 127 cases of high-risk pregnancy, there were 35% of cases of IUGR.
The goal of this study was to understand the experience of hospitalization resulting from high-risk pregnancy as it is lived by the women.
While professionals such as social workers, doctors, and therapists offer important contributions, it is vital to have a parent with personal experience in high-risk pregnancy in a leadership role.
Queenan's Management of High-Risk Pregnancy covers the full spectrum of perinatal care.
Placenta accreta is considered a high-risk pregnancy complication.
For postgraduates, residents, and obstetricians, Trivedi and Puri (obstetrics and gynecology, Lady Hardinge Medical College and SSK Hospital, India) bring together obstetrics and gynecology specialists mostly from India who discuss the management of high-risk pregnancy in 29 chapters.
High-Risk Pregnancy and Foetal Diagnosis: Your Journey
The unit performs sonograms and high-risk pregnancy evaluations.
Drawing upon the scientific literature as well as her own personal experience, Azri (a family therapist) offers practical advice for women who are going through a high-risk pregnancy.
AvMed offers members a range of care management programs for ailments such as asthma, congestive heart failure, diabetes and high-risk pregnancy.
As the primary provider for a population of 350,000, Danbury Hospital, a 371-bed regional medical center and university teaching hospital, maintains centers of excellence and specialized programs for emergency and trauma care, weight loss surgery, orthopedic surgery, cancer, cardiovascular services, digestive disorders, radiology, laboratory medicine, weight loss surgery, high-risk pregnancy, neonatal and pediatric medicine, sleep disorders, asthma management, diabetes, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and behavioral health care.