ex utero intrapartum therapy procedure

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ex utero intrapartum therapy procedure

partial delivery of the fetus by cesarean section followed by therapeutic intervention prior to the delivery of the rest of the infant and the clamping of the umbilical cord.
Synonym(s): EXIT procedure
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Hannah, though, had a chance after doctors at the Colorado Fetal Care Center at Children's Hospital suggested a rare EXIT procedure, which stands for ex utero intrapartum treatment.
Holly Hedrick performing a rare EXIT procedure and attempting to remove a tumor from a fetus still attached to her mother.
Third, the exit from EMU as a measure of last resort for a state unable to cope in a commodity money order would have to be allowed by introducing an EMU exit procedure.
Exit: To provide an easier and expeditious exit procedure for the benefit of promoters and guarantors through liquidation and change in management, the MSME ministry said.
For those not familiar with the exit procedure, you leave the main town and head for the airport runway crossing and get into 'the loop'.
The team cautioned that the EXIT procedure would not guarantee the newborn's survival.
The role of the surgeon in the case of a giant neck mass in the EXIT procedure.
Results show that undergoing an EXIT procedure has no apparent negative impact on future reproductive capacity, while in contrast undergoing OMFS remains associated with relatively morbid complications.
In addition to that, no one will ever be in the building without trained staff to handle exit procedure," he said.
The EXIT procedure is a "partial delivery" in which the fetus is partially removed from the uterus but remains attached to the circulation carried by the umbilical cord and placenta so that surgeons can correct airway blockages before performing a full delivery.
The exit procedure requires foreign visitors to check out of the country at exit stations located within the airport.