complete birth


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complete birth

The instant of complete separation of the body of the infant from that of the mother, regardless of whether the cord or placenta is detached.
See also: birth
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Given that 67% of programs reported that it took [greater than or equal to]12 months to complete birth defects surveillance case records, timeliness of data collection will need to be addressed before birth defects surveillance can truly maximize its potential.
Trump took credit when Obama released his complete birth certificate to quell the talk.
When childbirth educators, doulas and nurses encourage mothers to complete birth plans (homework) it is understood the mother will need to become aware of benefits/ alternatives/risks to all options available to hers.

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