intrapartal

intrapartal

(ĭn″tră-păr′tăl)
The period from the onset of labor to its termination, marked by delivery of the placenta.
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The rate of intrapartal CS scar rupture was 1.2% and did not differ from the group with CS scar (11).
The predisposing factors for uterine rupture were parity [greater than or equal to] 5 (OR=4.37, 95% CI: 1.05, 18.23), lack of ANC(OR=7, 95% CI: 1.81, 27.02), lack of formal education (OR=2.38, 95% CI: 1.08, 5.26), household income less than 100 USD(OR=14.08, 95% CI: 3.25, 62.5), previous home delivery(OR=9.10, 95% CI: 3.92, 21.11), intrapartal follow up at health center or private clinics(OR=24.14, 95% CI: 5.60, 104.15) but factors like advanced maternal age, use of uterotonic agents and instrumental deliveries or previous cesarean section were not found to increase the risk of uterine rupture.
Intrapartal care documented in a Swedish maternity unit and considered in relation to World Health Organization recommendations for care in normal birth.
Antepartal and intrapartal fetal monitoring (3rd ed.).
Measurementof amniotic fluid index in low-risk pregnant women admitted for labor might identify patients with an increased risk of intrapartal fetal distress9,11.
These low-risk HPV types are also the cause of recurrent respiratory papillomatosis, a condition that can be passed from mother to baby during the intrapartal period (Markowitz et al., 2014).
Murray, Antepartal and Intrapartal Fetal Monitoring, Spring er, 3rd edition, 2007.
Ten chapters cover such topics as the monitoring equipment, factors affecting the fetal heart rate, and the prediction and prevention of intrapartal fetal asphyxia.
Even a higher percentage of the Family domain interventions (35 out of 56 or 63%) were estimated to take more than 1 hour; for example, family integrity promotion, infant care, intrapartal care, and risk identification: childbearing family (see Table 7).