intranatal

in·tra·na·tal

(in'tră-nā'tăl),
During or at the time of birth.
[intra- + L. natalis, relating to birth]
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intranatal

(ĭn″tră-nā′tăl) [″ + natalis, birth]
Occurring during birth.
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The maternal details like demographic profile, anaemia, bacterial vaginosis, gestational hypertension, previous history of preterm delivery, urinary tract infection, Rh isoimmunization, multiple pregnancy, heart disease, congenital malformation of uterus, first trimester bleeding, medical complications during pregnancy, antepartum haemorrhage, definite cause of preterm labour if any, treatment profile, intranatal care and delivery outcome was collected.
Stillbirth is a useful marker to measure the value of antenatal and intranatal care.
In addition, maternal diabetes, multiparity, fetal macrosomia, presence of obstetric brachial plexus stroke in the previous child, intrauterine torticollis, breech presentation, assisted delivery, extended delivery period may be included in the other intranatal risk factors (8).
These findings suggest that while intranatal hormonal environment can trigger the development of certain cancers, once the cancer develops, its behavior is independent from early-stage hormonal environment.
An intranatal hypoxic event did not cause the injury, proven by the fact that, after terbutaline was administered, the FHR promptly normalized.
Intranatal hypoxic-anemic encephalopathy often leads to severe neurological damages in postnatal period.
In most of the cases these maternal deaths can be prevented by improving the antenatal, intranatal and postnatal maternal care.
The survey determines the quality of maternal care services across multiple parameters during the antenatal, intranatal, and postnatal period and estimates the gaps between the actual quality of care and national minimal care standards.
In fact, the number of maternal health units in the Ministry of Health--including ante-natal, intranatal, perinatal and adolescent care, obstetrics and gynaecological clinics and child development centres--demonstrates the Government's interest in this area.