ex utero intrapartum therapy procedure

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ex utero intrapartum therapy procedure

partial delivery of the fetus by cesarean section followed by therapeutic intervention prior to the delivery of the rest of the infant and the clamping of the umbilical cord.
Synonym(s): EXIT procedure
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However, the mentioned law was never applied, and not a single union republic, including Azerbaijan and Armenia, used the exit procedure provided by the law, " says the ministry.
However, the mentioned Law was never applied, and not a single Union Republic, including Azerbaijan and Armenia, did not use the exit procedure provided for in it.
March 29 marks two years since British Prime Minister Theresa May made the fateful decision to trigger Article 50, the EU's time-limited exit procedure that formally began the process of Britain's withdrawal from the bloc.
SEU said, 'Their constant assessment consists of a market entry review, prudential and market conduct supervision with on-site supervision and, when needed, a market exit procedure. The CBCS stated that unfortunately they cannot share the outcomes of the assessments with the general public...Insurance market is one of offer and acceptance.
Progress should be made on structural reforms instead of issuing new credit lines and incentives for "economic misconduct", they said, adding that the euro zone needed an "orderly insolvency procedure" for countries and an "orderly exit procedure".
We did not need to perform EXIT procedure because airway of baby was not compromised.
The institution will be moved as a result of the United Kingdomas exit procedure from the European Union.
This study introduced the experience of EXIT procedure to solve the problems of fetal circulation induced by a fetal cardiac tumor.
May has said Britain will not trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty to start the exit procedure this year to give her government time to come up with a negotiating stance for the complicated talks that will shape the country's future standing.
Our MPs need to heed voters' wishes THE Prime Minister has decided that as far as the EU In/Out referendum is concerned the voters' verdict will stand despite the claims (from those who want to stay in) that only our MPs have the power to set the exit procedure in motion.
"I also want to be clear here today, and across Europe in the weeks ahead that we are not walking away from European friends." Merkel reiterated that there could be no formal negotiations on the terms for a post-Brexit Britain before London invokes Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty to trigger the formal exit procedure. She urged May not to wait too long.