birth trauma

Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to birth trauma

physical injury to an infant during the birth process

emotional injury inflicted on an infant by events incident to birth that is alleged to appear in symbolic form in patients with mental illness

References in periodicals archive ?
APERINATAL clinical psychologist Dr Emma Svanberg, cofounder of Make Birth Better ( ) and author of Why Birth Trauma Matters (Pinter & Martin, PS8.99), says: "We're increasingly aware that many women (around one in three) come out of their birth experience feeling some symptoms of trauma.
Harms related to births and delivery hospital stays had the lowest 90-day additional costs, estimated to be $1600 for a birth trauma and less than $200 for obstetric trauma.
According to the Birth Trauma Association, medical negligence solicitors have also found that a disproportionate number of their cases relate to deaths or injuries from births at standalone midwifery units.
Similarly, birth trauma was more in planned VBD (3.1%) than planned ABD (1%), though the difference was not statistically significant (p value= 0.361).
As the result of a birth trauma, Wendy's young daughter, Erin, had just been diagnosed with severe cerebral palsy and epilepsy.
Several years later, Karen shared the story of her birth trauma with us at a clinical team meeting.
However, careful anamnesis, thorough physical examination, and close follow-up could ensure the diagnosis of birth trauma.
They were no more likely than infants in the comparator group to experience dangerous perinatal outcomes, including low Apgar scores, meconium inhalation, hypoxia, or birth trauma, said Dr.
Intrapartum asphyxia and birth trauma was the major underlying cause of perinatal death, with a rate of 4.87/1 000 (when macerated stillbirths were excluded and fresh stillbirths and early neonatal deaths included).
Simple rectovaginal fistulas are defined as fistulas located in the low-to-mid portion of the vaginal septum, less than 2-3 cm in diameter, and are secondary to birth trauma [8].
Looking at specific causes of death, mortality rates from neonatal tetanus and measles fell by at least 90 per cent, neonatal infection and birth trauma fell more than 66 per cent.
Results: Of the 5,030 live births, 5,003(99.46%) newborns were without and 27(0.54%) were with upper limb birth trauma (5.4 injuries per 1,000 live births).
Mr Becker has been awarded more prejudgment interest on his verdicts and judgments than any of his peers- In addition to representing birth trauma victims throughout Ohio, Mr.
They address the common presentations, subtypes, biomechanics, and outcomes of abusive head trauma, then common presentations, treatment, diagnostic significance, and related conditions of specific medical mimics: birth trauma, congenital malformations, benign extra axial fluid of infancy, genetic and metabolic disorders, hematological diseases and disorders of coagulation and clotting, autoimmune and vasculitic conditions, medical and surgical complications with intracranial hemorrhages, infectious diseases, oncologic mimics, superior sagittal sinus thrombosis, toxins, poisons, nutritional deficiencies, short falls, motor vehicle collisions, and mimics of abusive fractures.