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delivery rate

In assisted reproduction technology, the number of newborn deliveries achieved in every one hundred follicular aspirations, embryo transfers, or stimulated cycles.
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Another example would be to set standards to obviate the higher cesarean delivery rate reported in this study Specifically, the authors noted that many cesarean deliveries were performed before 6-cm cervical dilatation, implying, according to the authors, "not enough patience.
AHAM's clean air delivery rate system measures the amount of contaminant-free air an air cleaner is producing within the test period, according to Jiambalvo.
Delmarva Power filed for the gas delivery rate increase in July 2010.
Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility Fellow at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School/Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ), today presented research demonstrating that screening embryos for chromosomal abnormalities, then transferring just one chromosomally normal (euploid) embryo during IVF offers delivery rates that are equivalent to the more standard procedure of transferring two embryos with no screening, while also resulting in fewer incidents of twins and thus healthier obstetrical and pediatric outcomes.
Since 2003, An Post's next-day delivery rates have averaged about 72 per cent of all mail, in breach of the 94 per cent target set by the official postal watchdog ComReg.
Although the PSC's decision increases electric delivery rates by approximately 2.
On top of that, state regulators on May 29 ordered a $169 million delivery rate cut.
The groups were also similar to a comparison group of 503 women with spontaneous labor who had a 21% operative delivery rate, significantly lower than the rates in the induced labor groups, he noted.
Oncor will continue to honor its legal obligation to city regulators to file a delivery rate case by mid-2008.
Early neuraxial analgesia provided better pain relief, was associated with a shorter labor, and did not increase the cesarean delivery rate when compared with systemic opioid analgesia in a large, randomized trial.
In fact, the utility hasn't sought a delivery rate increase since 2000 when it was still owned by Montana Power," said Mike Hanson - President and CEO of NorthWestern Energy.
The community hospital had twice the rate of cesarean deliveries, fewer multiparous mothers, a lower operative vaginal delivery rate, and smaller babies, factors usually associated with lower rates of shoulder dystocia.