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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In June 2016, company sales agents arranged for the funeral of an abandoned dead fetus covered in plastic found on a rice field in Zamboanga del Norte.
Limitations of the study: A previous study20 suggested that, different types of umbilical abnormality could induce dead fetus.
soil in May, involving a dead fetus that a woman turned over to health authorities.
However, we are aware of at least 2 clinical cases in which fetal cardiac activity was convincingly documented at admission and for several hours intrapartum with subsequent episodic loss of signal and then delivery of a dead fetus wherein retrospective review confirmed that for a period of time the maternal heart rate was recorded and interpreted to be the fetal heart rate.
After the piano solo midway, "First Miracle," a succession of four songs follows; "Superhero (Birth One)," a sweet expression of confidence; "From the Start (Birth Two)," recounting the first moments after birth; "Five Days (Birth Three)," a heartbreaking account of carrying a dead fetus to term ("five days, while heartbreaking, were also a gift"); and the exultant duet, "I Did It
The patient aborted the dead fetus the following day.
OPERATIVE FINDINGS: Explorative laparotomy shows a unicornuate uterus (U) with rupture of Non-communicating rudimentary horn (RH) was confirmed and a dead fetus (F) was found in peritoneal cavity with minimal haemoperitoneum.
Two dead fetus were subsequently removed via caesarean section.
Malformed dead fetus in anterior longitudinal presentation with dorso-sacral position was palpated per vagina with large head and small limbs.
In the high dose group one dead fetus was observed, this incidence is within the range of variability and hence is considered as spontaneous.
Acute hepatitis E induced thrombocytopenia found in 10(14%) patients, disseminated intravascular coagulation due to dead fetus in 8(11.