praevia

praevia

[prē′vē·ə]
Etymology: L
having occurred at an earlier time or in front of a place. Also called praevius.

praevia

, praevius (prē′vē-ă) (prē′vē-ŭs) [L.]
Going before in time or place.
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Other pregnancy complications that are more common include multiple pregnancy, placental abruption, pre-eclampsia, placenta praevia and gestational diabetes," she added.
The second rule is also well known: nullum crimen nulla poena sine praevia lege poenali, which means -- There exists no crime and no punishment without a pre-existing law.
The Bowesfield Lane company recently clinched a PS1m six-month deal to provide self-built vehicle bodies for Luton vans, tippers and dropside trucks from its own self-built Praevia range to commercial vehicle rental giant the United Rental Group.
The company, which has trebled turnover within two years, recently clinched a new PS1m six-month deal to provide vehicle bodies from its own self-built Praevia range for vans, tippers and dropside trucks for commercial vehicle rental giant, the United Rental Group.
This category excludes deaths from haemorrhage attributed to other pathology (placenta praevia, abruptio placentae, cervical tears, bowel perforation during CS, etc.
Ellie, from Meliden near Prestatyn, was given a blood transfusion after suffering from placenta praevia - a condition where the placenta grows in the lowest part of the womb and covers the opening to the cervix.
52) Joseph Ratzinger, in commenting on the "bitterness" injected into the conciliar assembly by the late and nonconciliar addition of the Nota explicativa praevia to Lumen gentium, remarks on the "historical thinking" being attacked in this addition: "The conservatism of this view is based on its aloofness from history, and so it basically suffers from a lack of tradition--i.
d) including oligohydroamnios, choriamniotis, small placenta, placenta praevia and preeclampsia.
171 found that the risk of placenta-associated syndromes (PAS--placental abruption, placenta praevia, preeclampsia, small-for-gestational-age neonate, preterm birth, stillbirth) progressively increased with greater antenatal alcohol consumption.
The incidence of placenta praevia is also significantly increased in both IVF and ICSI assisted pregnancies, as embryos are more likely to implant in the lower segment owing to placement position on embryo transfer (Hayashi & Nakai, Satoh & Matsuda 2012; Kallen, Finnstrom, Nygren, Olausson & Wennerholm, 2005; Nygren, Finnstrom, Kallen & Olausson, 2007; Poikkeus, Gissler, Unkila-Kallio, Hyden-Granskog, & Tiitinen, 2007; Sazonova, Ka'llen, Thurin-Kjellberg, Wennerholm & Bergh, 2011).
A 43-year-old, 162 cm, 61 kg, gravid 8 para 5 woman at 38 gestational weeks was scheduled for elective caesarean section due to placenta praevia.