dead fetus

dead fetus

As defined by statutory language in the US, an expelled or delivered fetus that exhibits no heartbeat, spontaneous respiratory activity, spontaneous movement of voluntary muscles, or pulsation of the umbilical cord (if still attached) [45 CFR 46.203(f)].
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The patient aborted the dead fetus the following day.
In the high dose group one dead fetus was observed, this incidence is within the range of variability and hence is considered as spontaneous.
New York, Dhu-AlHijjah 13, 1434, Oct 18, 2013, SPA -- The results of an autopsy could determine whether two teenage girls are hit with serious charges after one of them was found carrying a dead fetus in a bag while shopping at a Victoria's Secret store in Manhattan.
Halappanavar delivered a dead fetus four days into her hospitalization, and fell into a coma and died of massive organ failure four days later, the report added.
Trans abdominal sonography reported a dead fetus of 22 weeks gestational age, with reduced amniotic fluid and 2 masses in RUQ & RLQ with air bubbles diagnostic of abscess formation.
Patient was taken up for emergency laprotomy and a heamoperitoneum of 3000 ml was found along with a dead fetus coming out of a large uterine fundal defect.
About five liters of blood were blood had been drained out of her body and the blown womb was removed with a dead fetus inside," Dr.
In one of Terry's tawdrier episodes, he was arrested for presenting Bill Clinton with a dead fetus at the 1992 Democratic National Convention.
A morphologically normal, surprisingly well-preserved dead fetus with moderate areas of cutaneous desquamation, features of oligohydramnios (meconium-stained integument and calcaneovalgus), weighing 3 250 g, was extracted (Fig.
There is no middle ground between a living and dead fetus.
5 hours for a live fetus and 11 hours for a dead fetus.
And that some of them desire that [a partial-birth abortion] because after the procedure if they want to see or hold the dead fetus, is that correct?