failure to progress


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failure to progress

A term of art referring to a slow dilation of the uterine of less than 1 cm/hour for 2 consecutive hours.

failure to progress

Obstetrics Cervical changes of < 1 cm/hr for 2 consecutive hrs; active management of labor does not ↓ the rate of C-section but may ↓ length of labor and ↑ Pt satisfaction in nulliparas

failure to progress

In pregnancy, a stall during labor. It may be due to slow cervical dilation, a delay in the descent of the fetal head through the birth canal, or ineffective uterine contractions.
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Greece's failure to progress ends a run of two qualifications from 2010 and 2014.
Hamilton has struggled for pace all weekend in Monte Carlo, but his failure to progress to the top-10 shootout will come as an almighty shock to Hamilton and his Mercedes team.
Around a quarter (23%) were about delays in progressing claims or a failure to progress cases properly at all.
The 26-year-old started the loss to Wales and made replacement appearances against Fiji and Australia as England's ill-fated World Cup unravelled spectacularly, ending in failure to progress from the group stage for the first time.
CASE REPORT: A 24 yrs unbooked thin built second gravida with 37 weeks of gestation was posted for emergency LSCS in view of cephalo pelvic disproportion (CPD) and failure to progress. She had one abortion previously.
However, cesarean section for failure to progress occurred less frequently in the oral misoprostol group, compared with the Foley catheter group (6% vs.
Qatar's failure to progress beyond the group stage at the Asian Cup after three defeats against just the sort of countries they will need to beat to qualify for the 2018 World Cup makes this scenario now look highly likely.
The failure to progress this development leaves Bedlington in a state of limbo."
Prandelli replaced Marcello Lippi at the helm in 2010, looking to restore national pride after Italy's failure to progress past the group stages of the World Cup in South Africa.
To some that has only exacerbated already longstanding disillusionment with the club's failure to progress up the English topflight and if attendances are a gauge for anything, which is an arguable point given the economic climate,that dissatisfaction has manifested itself through the turnstiles.

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