postterm

postterm

/post·term/ (-term´) extending beyond term; said of a pregnancy or of an infant.
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Barbieri's views on handling certain circumstances in which patients these days land in the labor room, including 1) postdated pregnancy with reduced fetal movements and not in labor; 2) full-term/ postterm pregnancy with free-floating head and poor Bishop score; 3) full-term pregnancy with niggling pains for more than 1 week; and many such conditions that place you in the dilemma of whether to induce, knowing that chances of failure are high.
87 children were preterm, 104 were term and 9 were delivered postterm.
The use of standard clinical criteria to determine the estimated delivery date (EDD) tends to overestimate gestational age and consequently increases the incidence of postterm pregnancy.
Labor induction versus expectant management for postterm pregnancies: a systematic review with meta analysis.
Postterm Newborn with lissencephaly presented with seizure: case report and review of literature.
Ayni rehberde, uzamis gebeligin, azalmis SSVD basari orani ile iliskili oldugunu, fakat artmis UR riski ile iliskili olmadigini (Kanit Duzeyi: 3), postterm de olan kadinlara SSVD onerilebilecegini ifade etmistir (41 hafta sonrasi) (Kanit duzeyi: C).
A clinical trial of induction of labour versus expectant management in postterm pregnancy.
of Texas, topics include abortion, fetal imaging, breech delivery, eclampsia, placental abruption, triplets and multiple births, postterm pregnancy, pneumonia, asthma, chronic hypertension, appendicitis, anemia, gestational diabetes, sexually transmitted diseases, cancer, prematurity, injuries to the fetus and newborn, and stillbirth.
5% less than 37 WG; 687 female, 757 male), 67 were postterm (0.