intranatal

in·tra·na·tal

(in'tră-nā'tăl),
During or at the time of birth.
[intra- + L. natalis, relating to birth]

intranatal

(ĭn″tră-nā′tăl) [″ + natalis, birth]
Occurring during birth.
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Effects of heart diseases on foetomaternal health such as maternal symptoms in pregnancy, antenatal, intranatal and postnatal complications, mode of delivery, and gestational age at delivery, were judged.
33%) and any type of intranatal complication such as prolonged labor, fetal distress, and premature rupture of membrane were reported by 70 (23.
Mother and Child Tracking System is being implemented to ensure antenatal, intranatal and postnatal care along-with immunization services.
An intranatal hypoxic event did not cause the injury, proven by the fact that, after terbutaline was administered, the FHR promptly normalized.
Intranatal hypoxic-anemic encephalopathy often leads to severe neurological damages in postnatal period.
In most of the cases these maternal deaths can be prevented by improving the antenatal, intranatal and postnatal maternal care.
The survey determines the quality of maternal care services across multiple parameters during the antenatal, intranatal, and postnatal period and estimates the gaps between the actual quality of care and national minimal care standards.
In fact, the number of maternal health units in the Ministry of Health--including ante-natal, intranatal, perinatal and adolescent care, obstetrics and gynaecological clinics and child development centres--demonstrates the Government's interest in this area.
Children are even more vulnerable as the infection can occur antenatal, intranatal, and through proximate contact during their vital activity since the virus has the capability to spread through all biological human fluids (Boppana et al.
Conventional maternal healthcare encompasses antenatal, intranatal and postnatal care, which incorporates physical examinations, early identification of high risk mothers, recognising danger signs to enable appropriate preventive action, screening measures and procedures that monitor pregnant woman from conception to 6 weeks post delivery (1,5).
Midwives practice includes antenatal, intranatal and postnatal care.