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Synonyms for prenatal

occurring or existing before birth

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The prevalence of prenatal HBsAg screening in this hospital-based random sample of women with a live birth during 2014 in Guam (97%) was similar to the 94% prevalence estimate in the continental United States in 2010 (7); however, the 2.
The global prenatal and newborn genetic testing market report provides market size (Revenue USD Million 2013 to 2020), market share and forecasts growth trends (CAGR%, 2016 to 2020).
With efficacy, safety and convenience, the company said its new innovative packaging provides solution to the challenges faced in effectively creating and using child-resistant safety packaging for prenatal vitamins that contain iron.
According to the researchers, prenatal environmental experiences may influence future behavioral problems in children, especially in combination with the presence of genetic risk factors.
The actual extent of hearing loss associated with prenatal smoke exposure in this study seems relatively modest," the study's authors wrote.
medical geneticists and genetic counselors who provide prenatal genetic
This paper is intended to provide an opportunity for physicians and nurse educators to consider nurse delivered prenatal education as part of the collaborative care model.
The surgery to repair the opening in the spine is usually performed after birth, but data from animal studies suggest that prenatal surgery could result in fewer complications, said Dr.
MONTREAL -- Women who have not yet established prenatal care have a significantly higher rate of acute pyelonephritis before 12 weeks of gestation compared with women who already have an obstetric provider by 12 weeks, according to a new study,
CONTEXT: To improve the uptake of prenatal care, it is important to know how the use of prenatal care varies by maternal attitudes and social and demographic factors.
ISSUE: Are you aware that when you provide prenatal care to an expectant mother, her child can sue you for negligent prenatal care, if it can be proven that it has caused him or her injury?
Taking a prenatal multivitamin fortified with folic acid before and during pregnancy reduces the risk of three childhood cancers: leukemia, brain tumors, and neuroblastoma, according to researchers at the Hospital for Sick Children at the University of Toronto.
Even when they obtain early prenatal care, women who belong to racial and ethnic minority groups are more likely than white women to experience perinatal mortality--the loss of a fetus or the death of an infant within four weeks after birth.
Lo notes that circulating fetal DNA sticks around for several minutes in a mother's blood, providing ample time for researchers to harvest the genetic material for prenatal tests.