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peripartum

 [per″ĭ-pahr´tum]
occurring during the last month of gestation or the first few months after delivery, with reference to the mother.

peripartum

/peri·par·tum/ (-pahr´tum) occurring during the last month of gestation or the first few months after delivery, with reference to the mother.

peripartum

occurring during the last 10% of the gestation period or the first few weeks after delivery, with reference to the mother.
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PPH is the surgical procedure in which the uterus is removed when there is life-threatening peripartum haemorrhage.
Incidence, mortality, and racial differences in peripartum cardiomyopathy.
Some of the tests used to diagnose peripartum cardiomyopathy include the following: ECHO, ECG, chest X-Ray, BNP and cardiac MRI.
Emergency peripartum hysterectomy in tertiary hospital in Southern Nigeria.
Peripartum cardiomyopathy is idiopathic, characterized by heart failure with left ventricular dysfunction.
In differential diagnosis, pulmonary thromboembolism, one of peripartum complications, pneumonia, amniotic fluid embolism and asthma should be considered.
Peripartum performance and metabolism of dairy cows in response to prepartum energy and protein intake.
The risk of peripartum cardiopulmonary complication has not been highlighted in seemingly stable patients.
In one study, ECM was implicated as a component of peripartum heart disease, in combination with myocarditis, because it was diagnosed in a group of women who died shortly after giving birth.
They revealed she had peripartum cardiomyopathy - a weak heart working at just 30% of its normal capacity.
The specific topics include decisions related to the beginning and end of life, acute collapse and resuscitation, sedation and pain management, neurological diseases and neurological catastrophes, and peripartum cardiomyopathy.