delivery room


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delivery room

n.
A room or an area in a hospital that is equipped for delivering babies.

delivery room

a unit of a hospital used for childbirth and infant resuscitation.

delivery room

A room to which an obstetrical patient may be taken for childbirth.
See also: room
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In other words, the use of CPAP in the delivery room was not possible in 63.
Ideally, all delivery rooms should have a bath or shower room en-suite, but there is clearly a long way to go before this position is reached.
The delivery room lacked privacy as it was open to doctors, nurses, midwives, medical students, cleaning staff and nursing aides.
Hospitals must ensure their delivery room personnel receive proper training so that they obtain legible and identifiable prints.
Catching an eye roll from Aimee I get the feeling any future delivery room dashes may not involve the Elland bypass.
Her mum, Diane, who now has seven grandchildren, and her sister Leanne were on hand in the delivery room to help her through the lengthy labour until Lacie-Mai was born at 5.
Amanda's mentor Pippa Nightingale has to decide whether the actress has what it takes to join a delivery room team.
A PREGNANT bride went straight from her wedding reception to a hospital' delivery room after going through with her marriage ceremony despite having contractions.
A HOSPITAL delivery room was renamed the Honeymoon Suite by maternity staff after a pregnant bride came straight from her wedding celebrations to give birth to her first child.
In the study entitled Avoiding Hyperoxemia during Neonatal Resuscitation: Time to Response of Different SpO2 Monitors a team of neonatologists from hospitals in Columbia and New Jersey headed by Herando Baquero, Ramiro Alviz, and Augusto Sola performed a prospective observational analysis of 24 newborns who received resuscitation in unstable conditions in the delivery room and NICU to determine whether if SpO2 can be measured reliably and if the time to stable readings is different between different monitors.
the Birth Centre's delivery room (above) and the normal room below.
But no beds were available so mum and child had to wait in the delivery room for more than SEVEN hours.