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gra·vid·i·ty

(gră-vid'i-tē),
The number of pregnancies (complete or incomplete) experienced by a woman.
[L. graviditas, pregnancy]

gravidity, gravidness

See gravid.

gravidity

Obstetrics The state of being, or having been, pregnant. Cf Gravity.

gra·vid·i·ty

(gră-vid'i-tē)
The number of pregnancies (complete or incomplete) experienced by a woman.
[L. graviditas, pregnancy]
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5) Race, % Black 37 41 Hispanic 16 6 White 47 53 Median gravidity (range) 2 (0-5) 2 (0-4) Median parity (range) 1 (0-4) 2 (0-4) Premedicated before procedure, % 47 29
7) Gravidity and parity parameters were coinciding with study of Pai M et al.
Gravidity, parity, and abortions were not different between the two groups nor was the percentage of patients with a history of GDM (Table 1).
0 5) in the majority of potentially confounding variable studied, including gravidity, parity, number of prenatal visits, when prenatal care began, number of abortions, tobacco or alcohol use, race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, birth complications, type of delivery, and primary obstetrical provider (obstetrician or family physician).
With the increase in age and gravidity, chances of getting positive GCT and OGTT were found to be increased.
There was no significant difference in patients' gravidity, cause of cesarean section, duration of operation and anesthesia, dermatomal sensory level, and duration of sensory block.
Gravidity was defined as total number of recalled pregnancies regardless of the outcome.
Also, the medical staff should pay more attention for selecting the cases based on the age, gravidity, breast feeding and soon.
There were no significant differences in age, gravidity, parity, marital status, and occupation between the normal pregnant women (control subgroup) and those with PPROM (case subgroup) in the training group [all P > 0.
0) equal to] 4 members Maternal factors Gravidity Once 133 300 (22.
Potential correlates of STI screening included maternal age at delivery, race/ethnicity, education, employment status, insurance, gravidity, source of prenatal care, trimester of first prenatal care visit, and number of prenatal care visits.