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LBW

 
low birth weight; see under infant.

LBW

Abbreviation for low birth weight.

LBW

abbreviation for low birth weight. See low-birth weight infant.

LBW

Low birth weight, see there.

LBW

Abbreviation for low birth weight.
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Considering the teenage pregnancy LBW was 50%, and in advanced age, pregnancy LBW was found in 38 (55.
We concluded that the frequency of LBW babies amongst women who suffer from prenatal depression during 3rd trimester of pregnancy by comparing with control in a military care setup is higher.
Never the less, several studies have reported that the mean birth weight and the incidence of LBW vary greatly in different populations and communities and are affected by many social, demographic and health related factors (Wardlaw et al.
Gestational age is one of the most important predictors of LBW, and we observed majority of LBW were full term (IUGR) babies and it is shown 55.
10) we could not find any gender majority among LBW deliveries.
Dependent variables were offspring birth weight in grams (g), LBW (birth weight < 2 500 g), preterm birth (gestational age < 37 weeks), and SGA (below the 10th percentile of birth weight for gestational age and sex of the Williams curves).
LBW also has been associated with ART, but a large part of the elevated risk for LBW among ART births has been attributed to an increased incidence of multiple gestations (3).
All the anthropometric measurements and nutrients measured namely total protein, albumin, cholesterol triglycerides, calcium, magnesium, zinc and iron were significantly lower in LBW babies compared to term control babies.
Monty Panesar's attitude when he demanded to know "why" he didn't get an LBW decision could be the thin end of the wedge and could lead to trouble from the crowds, also placing umpires in an embarrassing position of competence.