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postnatal

 [pōst-na´tal]
occurring after birth, with reference to the newborn.

post·na·tal

(pōst-nā'tăl),
Occurring after birth.
[L. natus, birth]

postnatal

/post·na·tal/ (-na´t'l) occurring after birth, with reference to the newborn.

postnatal

(pōst-nāt′l)
adj.
Of or occurring after birth, especially during the period immediately after birth.

post·na′tal·ly adv.

postnatal

adjective Pertaining or referring to events occurring after birth, usually understood as within the first weeks to months after birth.

postnatal

Neonatology adjective After birth Pertaining to events occurring after birth, usually within 1 year of childbirth

post·na·tal

(pōst-nā'tăl)
Occurring after birth.
[L. natus, birth]

postnatal

Occurring subsequent to birth.

postnatal

occurring after birth

postnatal

relates to the newborn in the period immediately after birth. A suitable subdivision is: early postnatal—within 48 hours of birth; delayed postnatal—2 to 7 days; late postnatal—1 to 4 weeks. See also perinatal, parturient disease.

postnatal diseases
diseases which are more prevalent at this time in the animal's life because of its small size, its immunological inadequacy and its dependence on the dam for nourishment, protection from predators and from inclement weather, especially protection from the cold.
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This series of 158 children with postnatally acquired Zika virus disease corroborates previously published reports suggesting that the clinical course of Zika virus disease is typically mild in children, as it is in adults (2,7).
It would be interesting to follow up clients postnatally to see if their 'bonding score' has maintained or been changed by the arrival of the baby.
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In our series, out of 4 patients with a presumed diagnosis of a PUV and urinomas during the pre-natal period, only 1 patient survived postnatally, and no renal function was detected ipsilateral to the urinoma in that patient.
The socioemotional development of 5 year olds with postnatally depressed mothers.
Postnatally, diet or diet plus exercise interventions resulted in statistically significant weight loss up to 12 months post-delivery in overweight or obese women or women who gained excess weight in pregnancy (Amorim Adegboye et al 2007).
Before the study, the general consensus was that infants learned about the small parts of speech, the vowels and the consonants, postnatally.
Postnatally the diagnosis is made clinically, when placenta is retained and attempts at manual removal reveal an AAP leading to profuse uterine bleeding.
And there's no way to predict how many women who did develop diabetes postnatally would require insulin or oral medications, and how many could be conservatively managed with diet and exercise.
These diseases reported have generally been diagnosed postnatally, but there are also patients who have been diagnosed prenatally (3,4,5,6).
org will serve as a clearinghouse directory of these prenatal and postnatal materials as described in the Prenatally and Postnatally Diagnosed Conditions Awareness Act, P.