gestational age

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Synonyms for gestational age

the age of an embryo counting from the time of fertilization

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A multiple linear regression model was created to investigate the association between fasting blood sugar levels and vitamin B12 levels after adjusting for the effect of gestational age and gravidity.
The determination of gestational age is important for both the mother, who wants to know when to expect the birth of her baby as well as for her obstetrician so that he or she may choose the times at which to perform various screening tests and assessments such as nuchal translucency screening, assessment of foetal maturity and induction of labour for post-dated pregnancies.
While previous studies have found links between preterm birth and pertussis infection, those studies used birth weight instead of gestational age, which leads to possibly inaccurate results, they added.
1% were females and mean of the gestational age was 39.
However, the duration of gestational age was significantly lower in cases compared to controls (P<0.
Polynomial regression model was fitted independently to the means of gestational age for each biometric measurement, using Minitab (Figure-1).
Table-I: Descriptive statistics of the age, gestational age and duration of jaundice.
Gestational age of the infants at birth ranged from 27 to 34 weeks with a mean gestational age of 31.
In Scotland, the National Medical Advisory Committee has published guidelines indicating that regardless of the gestational age of the fetus, the wishes of the would-be parent(s) should be adhered to when disposing of the remains.
Mean standard deviation was computed for age, proteinuria, SBP and gestational age of the primigravidas.
Aim: This study is aimed to investigate differences between cognitive, language and motor development of high-risk infants related to birth weight and gestational age.
Therefore we wanted to investigate if the surgery influenced in any way the risk of gestational diabetes preterm birth stillbirth if the baby was small or large for its gestational age congenital malformations and neonatal death.
Much has been studied in relation to developmental outcomes of children with low birth weight and those who are very preterm (Bhutta, Cleves, Casey, Cradock, & Anand, 2002; Emond, Lira, Lima, Grantham-McGregor, & Ashworth, 2006; Hayes & Sharif, 2009), but studies on the impact of being small for gestational age (SGA) are sparser, especially in Brazil.