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Synonyms for parturient

carrying a developing fetus within the uterus

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giving birth

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Several factors can contribute to an increased risk in the parturient, including hormonal changes that affect cerebral vasculature.
Postpartum haemorrhage followed and at 56 minutes into the operation, the parturient complained of abdominal discomfort.
Compared with parturients overall, those with congenital heart disease were more likely to have a cesarean delivery (31% vs.
From the obstetrical anaesthesia literature, it is recommended to consider obese parturients as high-risk pregnancies and their care should not be left to midwifes or low-risk antenatal care units (133,134).
7] Additionally, the state facilities are not well distributed to cater for these new parturients, the majority of whom would deliver in the larger urban areas.
Posture and the spread of hyperbaric bupivacaine in parturients using the combined spinal epidural technique.
5 cm and/or history of difficult intubation, intestinal obstruction, parturients, diabetes mellitus were excluded from the study.
Prevention of neonatal group B streptococcal disease: intrapartum detection and chemoprophylaxis of heavily colonized parturients.
We excluded parturients with multiple preexistent or pregnancy-related noninfectious complications, or with clinically evident intraamniotic infection (10).
Carvalho and colleagues (16) performed a dose-ranging study in morbidly obese parturients (BMI [greater than or equal to] 40 kg/[m.
29) randomised CS under spinal double- anaesthesia blind study Zohar et Prospective, 90 parturients al.
Tonidandel and her colleagues have collected data on 118 parturients who underwent elective C-section with subarachnoid anesthesia and spinal morphine.
We excluded parturients with: (a) multiple preexistent or pregnancy-related noninfectious complications; or (b) clinically evident intraamniotic infection [defined as intrapartum fever ([greater than or equal to] 38[degrees]C) accompanied by at least two of the following: tachycardia (maternal, [greater than or equal to] 100 beats/min; fetal, [greater than or equal to] 160 beats/min), uterine tenderness, purulent amniotic fluid, or increased peripheral white blood cell count (>15 000/[mm.
Incidence of epidural vein cannulation in parturients with three different epidural catheters.
Eighty parturients received intravenous oxytocin over five to 10 seconds immediately after delivery and cord clamping, followed by an infusion at 10 IU.