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Synonyms for delivery

Synonyms for delivery

the act of delivering or the condition of being delivered

extrication from danger or confinement

Synonyms for delivery

the event of giving birth

the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another

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In fact, it is the other way round: failure to do an assisted delivery is a major cause of birth asphyxia and CD-related maternal morbidity.
An assisted delivery rate of < 1% is too low, and is probably due to the loss of skill in performing assisted delivery.
The normal staff complement consists of professional nurses with midwifery, whose scope of practice does not include performing assisted delivery.
We report a patient who sustained a bilateral brachial plexus palsy due to assisted delivery.
Neither emergency Caesarean section nor assisted delivery is associated with an increased risk of depression, according to the study for parent and child study group Alspac.
And, although one mother says she ended up having an epidural (but first shares how techniques like positioning and visualization helped her experience labor and that it was "very rewarding") we never see medications or any method of assisted delivery being used on the video.
The natural plea comes at a time when the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Maternity reveals that the rate of `normal' births - those without induction, Caesarean section, assisted delivery or some kind of anaesthetic - in NHS hospitals has fallen by 15% in a decade to an all-time low of 44%.
He then conceded there were "probably too many attempts" at an assisted delivery and that he, personally, would have performed a caesarean section earlier on.
Bass' wind assisted delivery to Marcelo on 11 was surpassed in the second half by a succession of glorious passes from Alan Johnston
Tenders are invited for Purchase and supply of disposable medical equipment, including electrodes, needles, cannulas, products for urological examinations, the tip of the harmonic scalpel, ventouse maternity, products for assisted delivery, resuscitator, mask anesthetic tape Kinesiology, products made from pulp to the macerator, and .
Finally, certain genetic conditions may place women at risk for potential complications requiring specialized monitoring, assisted delivery, and ongoing postpartum evaluations.
On that occasion, a doctor was summoned who performed a forceps assisted delivery which saw my baby safely born.
There may be some adverse effects, one of them being the need for assisted delivery with forceps and a C-section for foetal distress.