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Synonyms for obstetrics

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2-5 The assessment of smoking status, advice and support for smoking cessation are critical part of antenatal care.
Sufficient antenatal care (ANC) and skilled obstetric help during delivery are essential strategies that considerably decreases maternal mortality and morbidity rate (2).
Several departments of the World Health Organization collaborated on this guide to the routine antenatal care of pregnant women and adolescent girls, as a complement to the Organization's existing guidelines on managing specific pregnancy-related complications.
Access to antenatal care, antenatal steroids and inborn status were predictive of survival without morbidity (p<0.
Can Antenatal Care Result in Significant Maternal Mortality Reduction in Developing Countries?
To look into the pattern of antenatal care and patient preferences in antenatal contacts.
The following maternal variables were extracted from the database for each infant: antenatal care attendance, antenatal steroids, magnesium sulphate administration, chorioamnionitis, HIV, attempted termination of pregnancy, hypertension, diabetes, and mode of delivery.
The money is intended for fare and meals of women in addition to the antenatal care (P1,500), maternity care (P6,500 to P8,000), normal spontaneous delivery (P5,000 to P6,500) or newborn care (P1,750), which are all charged to the national health insurance program.
Objective: To find out the effect of grand multiparity on maternal outcome in absence of adequate antenatal care.
In November 2016, the WHO released this antenatal care model for pregnant women to reduce the risk of stillbirths and pregnancy complications.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a new series of recommendations to improve quality of antenatal care in order to reduce the risk of stillbirths and pregnancy complications and give women a positive pregnancy experience.
For the purposes of this study, women who commenced antenatal care after 20 weeks' gestation were considered to have booked late and therefore regarded as having an AVF.
2] Antenatal care (ANC) is the first necessary requisite for a healthy mother and a healthy child.
Antenatal care, a comparatively new practice, focuses on women's physical and psychosocial needs, and the well-being of the foetus.
Global health officials attribute the success to India's commitment to immunization, antenatal care services and skilled birth attendance among the most vulnerable populations.