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Synonyms for delivery

Synonyms for delivery

the act of delivering or the condition of being delivered

extrication from danger or confinement

Synonyms for delivery

the event of giving birth

the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another

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Just as we've seen early elective delivery rates drop after Leapfrog began publicly reporting them, we hope to spur national efforts to bring down the rate of C-sections," says Binder.
They've done a really nice job showing that if you do bring attention to it, you can improve your rates" of elective delivery at appropriate gestational ages, Dr.
Developing an Early Elective Delivery program with the March of Dimes, a not-for-profit agency focused on educating expecting mothers on the health benefits of full-term pregnancies.
For example, clinical experts across Sutter Health helped develop the 39-Week Toolkit, which encourages moms and doctors to work together to avoid scheduling an elective delivery before 39 weeks of pregnancy-unless there are medical reasons to do so.
For example, because infants delivered closer to term had better neurodevelopmental outcomes, the researchers suggest postponing elective delivery from 37 weeks to 39 or 40 weeks might benefit patients.
The Leapfrog Group announced that 39% of reporting hospitals kept their early elective delivery rate to 5% or less, compared to 30% of reporting hospitals last year.
About 39 percent of about 750 hospitals that voluntarily report to Leapfrog report an early elective delivery rate of 5 percent or less, up from about 30 percent last year.
com, includes educational materials health care providers can give patients about the consequences of an early elective delivery for babies as well as tools they and other hospital staff can use to help them understand the consequences of an early elective delivery and the importance of the last weeks of pregnancy.
Clinical experts across the system helped to develop the March of Dimes' Elective Delivery Toolkit and the network is implementing the initiative systemwide.
The toolkit offers best practices for clinicians and patients to help them better understand the consequences of early elective delivery and the importance of the last weeks of pregnancy.