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Synonyms for obstetric

of or relating to or used in or practicing obstetrics


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A longer duration could have resulted in either a higher or lower maternal mortality rate from the obstetric ICU admissions at this hospital.
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing (JOGNN) is a premier resource for health care professionals committed to clinical scholarship that advances the health care of women and newborns.
Dr Glynne Roberts, general manager of woman's services, made a stout defence of the board's attempts to recruit middle grade obstetric doctors, despite a nationwide shortage of suitable candidates.
The idea behind the bundle's release is to standardize the response to obstetric hemorrhage across hospitals, whether they deliver hundreds of babies a year or thousands.
She served at Khoula Hospital as a specialist for more than 15 years and is adept at performing both major and minor obstetric and gynaeA[degrees] cological surgeries and conductA[degrees]ing deliveries.
The sample included all 763 facilities that offered obstetric care services before 2005.
Although obstetric conditions account for 55-80% of intensive care unit (ICU) admissions of obstetric patients, medical conditions are now increasingly contributing to maternal morbidity and mortality.
Obstetric medicine is a specialty of internal medicine that focuses on managing the medical problems of women with significant comorbidities that may exist prior to pregnancy, or arise during pregnancy or in the puerperium.
The health experts called upon the government to take pragmatic steps for prevention of primitive and traditional way of pregnancy, to overcome with increasing cases of obstetric fistula, and to meet with the relevant MDG by end of 2015.
MIRPUR (AJK) -- United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) here on Thursday observed international day to end obstetric fistula in Pakistan.
Jointly issued by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine and published in Obstetrics & Gynecology, the new Obstetric Care Consensus guideline calls for allowing most women with low-risk pregnancies to spend more time in the first stage of labor.
Until recently, obstetric claims (which are invariably high-value) used to be clustered around problems related to labour.
As a result, Alling and three other family physicians were denied obstetric privileges at Wise Regional and are in legal mediation with the hospital.
This text, published in 2011 by Oxford University Press, represents a second edition ten years after the initial release, in 2002, as the Handbook of Obstetric Anesthesia (Clinical References) with the same author group.
The University of Glasgow announced on Friday that a new book, 'Imaging the fetus - the history of obstetric ultrasound' by Professor Malcolm Nicolson, will be launched on Monday 13 May 2013, marking one of the most important medical developments in the twentieth century.