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delivery rate

In assisted reproduction technology, the number of newborn deliveries achieved in every one hundred follicular aspirations, embryo transfers, or stimulated cycles.
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The measurement system subtracts for bypass and particle fall out, so an air cleaner with a clean air delivery rate of 100 could feasibly blow air 200 feet but may only trap 50 percent of air contaminants.
Strategies to achieve this rate in the United States will require the widespread use of four obstetrical practices that have been successful in reducing cesarean delivery rates in many hospitals: 1) active management of labor; 2) public dissemination of physician-specific cesarean delivery rates to increase public awareness of differences in practices; 3) implementation of standardized protocols for repeat cesareans, dystocia, and fetal distress; and 4) establishment of reduction of the rate as an institutional priority (6-8).
Delivery rates reflect the costs of providing the gas infrastructure (such as pipes, storage facilities, etc.
If we direct our clinical and basic science investigations to the goal of practicing obstetrics in a manner that optimizes maternal and newborn outcomes, the ideal cesarean delivery rate, whatever it maybe, will follow," they write.
Since 2003, An Post's next-day delivery rates have averaged about 72 per cent of all mail, in breach of the 94 per cent target set by the official postal watchdog ComReg.
We had 4,500 deliveries last year, and our overall operative vaginal delivery rate was only 7%.
This increase is the first delivery rate increase for Delmarva Power in approximately 15 years.
No one should be surprised to learn that the cesarean delivery rate increased nearly sevenfold from 1970 to 2011--from a rate of approximately 5% in 1970 to nearly 35%.
As the authors report from this database, the 30% cesarean delivery rate is multifaceted, but the two most common indications that contribute to it are a primary cesarean delivery in a woman who undergoes induction of labor, which roughly doubles the cesarean delivery rate, and a higher rate of elective repeat cesarean deliveries in women who had a prior cesarean delivery.
Indications contributing to the increasing cesarean delivery rate.
Similarly, the operative delivery rate (which included cesarean plus instrumental assisted vaginal delivery) was 49%, 45%, and 45% in the low-, moderate-, and high-pain groups, respectively; these values were not significantly different.
Schimmel's comments and agree that there are approaches that would likely lower the cesarean delivery rate in the United States.