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Synonyms for induction

Synonyms for induction

the act or process of formally admitting a person to membership or office

compulsory enrollment in military service

Synonyms for induction

an electrical phenomenon whereby an electromotive force (EMF) is generated in a closed circuit by a change in the flow of current

reasoning from detailed facts to general principles

stimulation that calls up (draws forth) a particular class of behaviors

the act of bringing about something (especially at an early time)

an act that sets in motion some course of events

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Senate Liaison Committee chaired by Speaker Kenneth Lusaka will be the first to conduct its induction from February 15 to 18.
The Intasite team not only offer the online platform for organizations to issue inductions, but also provide full induction video production - from filming to post production.
Induction of labour is the non-spontaneous initiation of uterine contractions that result in progressive cervical effacement and dilatation with descent of the presenting part to achieve vaginal delivery when continuation of pregnancy presents a threat to the life or well-being of the mother or her unborn foetus.
Conclusion: There is no difference in the rate of caesarean section when using Prostaglandin E2 (Dinoprostone) or the Balloon Catheter (Foley Catheter) for induction of labour.
The randomized clinical trial of 162 pregnant women was powered to detect only a twofold difference in cesearean rates since that rate has been cited in older observational studies and some guidelines as evidence against elective induction, according to Dr.
The authors point out that, since their data set collection, ACOG recommended against nonmedically indicated inductions before 39 weeks' gestation, but argue that their results remain generalizable and clinically pertinent because medically indicated early-term inductions remain common.
Objective: To assess the factors associated with failed induction of labour (IOL) in a secondary care hospital.
It has been shown that even when induction of labour is performed, the rate of vaginal deliveries remains unchanged among patients with high Bishop's scores.
They meet the properties of well-performed inductions.
The explanation for the overall rise in labor inductions remains undetermined (Glanz, 2003).
A good induction will minimise (new) employee turnover and facilitate integration and subsequent productivity.
rate of labor inductions doubled from 1990 to 1998, reported Dr.
BACKGROUND Elective inductions without a clear medical or obstetric indication are increasingly common.