premature labour


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Synonyms for premature labour

labor beginning prior to the 37th week of gestation

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She underwent emergency surgery and went into premature labour.
TRAGIC: Carly Harper, above, who died at Arrowe Park Hospital, right, in May 2012 after going into premature labour
In addition, steroid injections for mothers entering premature labour, which trigger a fetus's lungs to mature rapidly, cost about $1 and can be given at a rural clinic.
Amanda Holden, who missed the BGT auditions when she went into a very scary premature labour with daughter Hollie Rose.
Such pregnancies are often fatal for mother and baby, carrying a high risk of miscarriage, premature labour and underweight babies.
Nadeem Rizvi, of JPMC told that second hand smoking is the main cause of infant death, premature labour etc.
The researchers suggest that further research is needed to determine if it may be useful to use steroids to promote foetal lung maturity beyond the current standard of 34 weeks, or if it may be useful to use medications to stop premature labour in women beyond 34 weeks to maintain pregnancy for longer.
I'd been advised by clinical staff that if I caught the virus, there was a risk that I could actually miscarry or even go into premature labour.
RESEARCH by scientists in the North East is offering hope to doctors trying to prevent pregnant women from going into premature labour.
GIVING antibiotics to some pregnant women in premature labour may increase their chance of having a child with cerebral palsy, according to a study out today.
In Neighbours, Sky Mangel (Stephanie McIntosh, above) goes into premature labour and in Home And Away, Robbie (Jason Smith) takes Tasha (Isabel Lucas) for one last picnic before his trial.
Since then there have been enormous developments' The use of steroids in premature labour has also helped enormously,' he said.
But the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has revised its guide over fears drinking can raise the risk of miscarriage, lead to growth problems and cause premature labour.
uk NEW mum Tammy Walker faced the daunting prospect of a 140-mile helicopter mercy dash from Teesside to Dundee when she went into premature labour with her twin sons.
The news comes just weeks after scientists warned that women who have multiple abortions may be at greater risk of premature labour.