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Synonyms for primigravida

(obstetrics) a woman who is pregnant for the first time

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Primigravidae have the most severe consequences of pregnancy-associated malaria because they lack specific protective immunity.
The ages of women were categorized into 1525, 26-36 and 37-47 while gravidity was categorized into primigravidae, secundigravidae and multigravidae.
The selection of young, primigravidae pregnant women for this study ensured that the majority were probably recently infected and had no exposure to antiviral drugs previously.
Only primigravidae were included in the study so that previous birthing and breastfeeding experiences could not influence the findings of this study.
primigravidae, HIV infection), or is lost (adults re-exposed to malaria after 2-3 years in a non-malarial area).
Prevention of postpartum stress incontinence in primigravidae with increased bladder neck mobility: a randomised controlled trial of antenatal pelvic floor exercises.
Growth During Pregnancy in Nigerian Teenage Primigravidae.
The sample consisted of 20 primigravidae adolescents who received prenatal care at a public health center.
Furthermore, primigravidae, who are the most vulnerable to the effects of pregnancy-associated malaria, are also the least protected among pregnant women who are given sulfadoxine/pyrimethamine in areas where resistance is increasing (13).
In this issue, Begum et al (10) report the seroprevalence of anti-HEV IgG antibodies in pregnant primigravidae.
Relationship between the length of the perineum and position of the anus and vaginal delivery in primigravidae [Electronic version].
KUMBANI, L & McINERY, P 2002: The knowledge of obstetric complications among primigravidae in a rural health care centre in the district of Blantyre, Malawi.
Other factors influencing use of ITNs include low utilisation of antenatal care, lack of interest in malaria prevention on the part of male partners, and the belief that adolescent girls and primigravidae are at low risk of contracting malaria.